Ommy Dimpoz thanks God in latest single

Friday February 8 2019

 

Bongo Flava artiste Ommy Dimpoz has in his latest hit thanked God after undergoing 3 live-threatening operations.

Ommy’s, “Baba Ni We” is a testimony of sorts, after his seven-month battle with a throat infection.

The singer’s health problems started with a throat surgery in South Africa in June 2018 and later hospitalization and another surgery in Germany in December.

The hit maker’s voice cords got damaged by an infection and he had expressed uncertainty over his comeback in the music industry – to the dismay and dejection of many of his loyal fans in and outside the country.

He has since recovered and the latest hit proves his vocals have been restored to their original state, something that music lovers all over the region a familiar with since his debut hit song, a feature with Alikiba, ‘Nai nai’.

Ommy had been under the care of Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho until last weekend when he travelled back to Tanzania. Upon his return, he thanked all those who rallied behind him and prayed for his recovery.

In his exclusive interview with Millard Ayo, he explained how daunting the long treatment process was, and how thankful he is that he managed to pull through.

Ommy also revealed how at some point he lost hope and was afraid of ever leaving the hospital.

He now looks forward to continuing his work in the music industry. The latest song is just a taste of what is to come to a rejuvenated Ommy Dimpoz, who for the most part of 2018 was out of media site due to the health complications that had threatened his life and music career.

Upon the release of his latest song ‘Baba Ni We’, fellow artistes such as Vanessa Mdee, AliKiba and other notable figures in Tanzania’s music industry all showed their support on their social media accounts by welcoming him back in to the industry.

Signed under Rockstar 3000, Ommy Dimpoz has amassed recognition in and outside Tanzania following successful releases of songs that have released positive reception from fans.

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