The Ghanaian performer Kelvin Brown, referred to in showbiz as Kelvyn Boy, is setting out on has landed him in a country he has consistently longed to visit—America.
Kelvin Boy started his tour in the Queen's territory, United Kingdom and will visit Canada and the United States to excite his fans prior to getting back to Ghana.
The performer, who is right now in America to proceed with his tour, revealed that this is his most memorable time visiting the Big Apple.
Kelvyn Boy revealed this "invigorating" news on his confirmed Twitter handle along with some photographs of himself. The energized Kelvyn Boy stated, "First Time In America". Click here to see his post!
While on his tour outside Ghana, KelvynBoy has been trapped in two or three debates.
The Ghanaian Afrobeats vocalist went live on Instagram in the early long stretches of Friday, June 17, to the amazement of his over 1.7 million fans while on tour.
Many thought he planned to brief them on where he would perform. However, curiously, the afrobeat artist sprung up to smoke a substance accepted to be "weed."
The performer has likewise become a father of twins with his legitimately married spouse.
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