Is this the secret to Diamond's success?
15 December 2014, 19:07
Nairobi - After being the emcee at 3 shows that Diamond Platinum has
been a part of, Eric Omondi has come out to give upcoming artists
Diamond's secret to success.
He wrote the post revealing trends that he had
noticed about the performer, who always kills the crowds he performs in front
The Tanzanian star, who over the weekend rocked crowds of hundreds in
Mombasa at the Flamingo Beach Resort in Mombasa, seems to have a pattern that
he follows while performing, which Eric seems to have noticed.
According to the comedian, “This was my third time sharing a
stage with this Bongo Superstar this Year. First was at the Safaricom Staff
party in January where rumor had it he had been paid over 2 point something
million shillings. Then last month in Dar es Salaam at the Usiku wa Msanii and
now Yesterday. Diamond is a true superstar and here (below) is why.
1. In all the shows he arrived way
too early (as usual I was 'late' the Kenyan way). He goes into a corner of his
VIP tent and sits there as though meditating occasionally signalling one of
his team members and whispering stuff.
2.Diamond Performed for 3 and a half hours Non stop.
3. Yesterday He Performed 27 songs
4. He performed all these songs(27) while dancing with his dance crew in a synchronized/uniform manner meaning he has rehearsed different moves for each song.
5. He came in dressed like a hip hop star with too many things on...He kept
letting off these one by one (looked quite planned). He finished of bear
He posted a short clip to demonstrate what he meant. Might
the comedian stumbled upon one of the biggest musical trade secrets ever
Watch the video by clicking on this link:http://on.fb.me/1wzlMdU
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