30 year old Blakk Arm Entertainment artist and self acclaimed Afrobeat BhardMan Kelvyn Brown, popularly known in the entertainment industry by his stage name Kelvyn Boy, is a Ghanaian Afrobeat sensational singer who hails from Assin Fosu in the Central region of Ghana.
Kelvyn Boy who has been calm in the music industry for some time now after the released of his Black Star Album is set to bounce back and I think this time around, he is coming with more fire. Kelvyn shocked his fans with an unusual photo of him he shared on his Instagram page. Kelvyn shared a new-look picture with the caption; "New Music Drops Tonight"
This new-look picture he shared has generated mix-reaction as some Ghanaians admired his new look whiles others descend on him. We all know Kelvyn Boy to be haven locks hairstyle but this new picture as you can see above, sees the Afrobeat sensation with no locks as he cut it off.
This has raise concern about what he said in one of his songs back in 2019 as some Ghanaians decided to recall him on his own words. Recall in 2019, Kelvyn Boy dropped a song titled "Yawa no dey" of which he featured Manifest, in that track he dropped a line; " me I no go cut my locks I no be Sampson". Some Ghanaians descend on him for going against that line which is his own words as he has now cut his locks. Some questioned if he is now Sampson or what
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