Kelvyn Brown known in the music industry as Kelvyn Boy is set to release the remix of his most played song “Down Flat”on the 9th of Sept.
The remix will have two huge celebrities as on the track, Nigeria’s act Tekno and British rapper Stefflon Don.
On his instagram, the afrobeat singer posted a snippet of the remix cover with the voice of the featured acts and thanked his collaborators and teased his fans with it.
“Down Flat” was released on the 8th of Jan this year and has since received massive airplay and has been dominating charts internationally on Billboard US, Afrobeats Song Charts among others.
The song since its release has also surpassed 18million streams and 6million views on Boomplay and YouTube respectively.
This is one of his songs that was recorded very fast thus recording it 20 minutes saying the song came from above and it started making waves without him promoting or putting efforts to push the song.
“The song came from above and did its thing because the budget for the video and the energy when we started promoting it was very low when you go back to my songs and how I pushed them, I didn’t even trust “Downflat” like this but the song came in and it is doing its thing”, he said.
“I see this coming when I release any song but not as quickly as this because I drop songs and it takes time for people to love it but this one is just three months old and each and every day I wake up to see new things and different levels about the song”, he added.
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