Kelvyn Brown, better known by his stage name Kelvyn Boy is a Ghanaian Afrobeat singer from Assin Fosu, the Central region of Ghana. He got signed to Burniton Music Group owned by Stonebwoy and due to some controversies, left the label in the year 2019.
However, the musician has been doing well in releasing hit songs ever since he left the Burniton Music Group. His current song 'Down Flat' is already making waves in Africa and across the globe. There have been a lot of challenges created by popular social media users but the one in this video surprised the musician.
Watching the video carefully, you can see over 200 students at an Assembly ground. One cannot tell whether they are Senior High School (SHS) students or Junior High School (JHS) students. Teachers were standing at the Assembly ground. You can see that the female teacher standing at the Assembly ground commanded the children to sing and dance to Kelvyn Boy's 'Down Flat' song.
The students also sing and show the dance moves as it is in the song. How they sang and danced to the song shows that they have listened to the song several times. Kelvyn Boy after coming across this video said that he is shocked and thanks all who are very supportive of his song.
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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