Silas Jay: Harmonize’s Lookalike Begs Bongo Star for Collabo, Willing to Offer Him KSh 130k
- Silas Jay, a Kenyan musician who resembles Harmonize, has begged the Bongo star for a collabo
- The Eldoret-based singer explained that having a collabo with his famous doppelgänger will promote his musical career
- Jay has beseeched Harmonize to look for him and grant him the request during his planned visit to Kenya on December 11
Kenyan artiste who bears a striking resemblance to Harmonize has sent a message to the Tanzanian star.
Silas Jay said he is willing to have a collabo with the Konde Gang CEO and he is ready to pay for it.
Silas Jay ft Harmonize?
Speaking exclusively to TUKO.co.ke, the Wangari Mathai hitmaker noted that he is willing to offer Harmonize TSh 2.5m (KSh 130,000).
Jay said he wants the Bongo crooner to make a short verse in his song as he believes it will take his music career to another level.
“Nina offer Kwa harmonize…akija eldoret nipe collaboration akohoe tu Kwa ngoma yangu nimpe 2.5m za Tanzania (I have an offer for Harmonize. I want him to give me a collabo when he comes to Eldoret. I just want him to cough in the song and I will give him TSh 2.5m which is KSh 130,000),” Jay said.
Jay says Harmonize is his role model
The Afropop singer usually gets mistaken for Harmonize due to their resemblance in many things.
As a result, Jay has found interest in Harmonize's style of performance and he's looking up to him,
“People usually confuse me with Harmonize and some are referring to me as Harmonize. The Bongo star is one of my role models,” he said.
Jay's music journey
Previously, Jay stated that his childhood life was full of challenges as he faced innumerable odds.
According to him, his parents abandoned him in the village with his grandparents, and this made life tough for him and his other siblings.
This is why he opted to start a career in music but even this was received negatively by his relatives.
“I started composing songs and performing whenever there were events within my village in Busia. Members of the community and my relatives accused me of running mad and they even conducted prayers for me. I later left my village because of high crime rates and now I'm based in Eldoret,” Jay said.