Nasibu Abdul Juma_born 2 October 1989 is a Bongo Flava recording artist from Tanzania.
He is popularly known by his stage name Diamond platnums or simply diamond. Nasibu is currently considered the most influential artist in the country and the Great Lakes Africa sub region. However his proudest achievement was being a father when he welcomed his firstborn daughter Lati_a on August 2015
But becoming the highest earning musical artist in the African Great Lakes region was no easy task. Raised in Tandale by a single mother and grandmother, Nasib was faced with very challenging and humble beginnings. Due to financial constraints and a passion for music from a tender age, after completing his Secondary education in 2006, Nasib found himself struggling to raise money for studio sessions and providing for his single mother and grandmother. He went from freelance photographer to selling second hand clothing to gaslling station attendant .He eventually made the difficult decision to secretly sell his mother’s gold ring to record his first single. The song was not an immediate hit but it opened doors for him and marked the beginning of his journey as a bongo flava artist.
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