Fasting-rising Afrobeat and Dancehall artist, KelvynBoy has once again bragged in an interview never to pay any Dj to play his music, which is terms as Payola.
Based on the “Hustle” singer, he has by no means paid anybody to play his songs on TV/radio, and it's not one thing he believes in. He prefers his songs to be performed and loved “initially” and never strategically pushed to the viewers to fall in love.
He made this declaration to Doreen Avio and added that there are occasions that they are going to play his songs like twice however will blow leaving the opposite songs being performed for like 20 instances a day.
Kelyvn boy was a former member of the Bhim Nation Music group where he had issues with his senior musician, stonebwoy, and was asked to leave the label. Kelvyn has over the past few years, pushed himself to become exactly what the fans expect from him.
He released a couple of hit songs last year and this year, 2021, he has officially released one piece of music featuring Crayon.
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