Willy Paul
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Willy Paul, a contemporary artist in the country, is set to release his album on Tuesday, April 30.

The album, titled 'Beyond Gifted', contains a total of 14 songs, most of which are collaborations with various artists.

However, keen observers noted that in all these songs, especially collaborations, not a single track features any Kenyan artist despite Willy Paul being a Kenyan artist himself.


The majority of these songs are collaborations with Bongo Flava artists from Tanzania and Afrobeats artists from Nigeria.

After many questions were raised, Willy Paul took to his Instastory to respond and explain the reason for not involving Kenyan artists in his new album.

According to Pozze, many Kenyan artists are selfish and have bad spirits, which is the only thing most of them are good at, and they come cheap, so he decided to keep them aside.


"I have seen many questions about why there is not a single Kenyan artist on my album. Have you forgotten that many Kenyan artists are only good at having bad spirits, and they come cheap? The album is coming out tomorrow," Willy Paul said.

Apart from his personal songs like "Umeme," "My Child My Love," and "Isabella," Willy Paul has also collaborated with Bongo artists such as Marioo, Nandy.

There are also collaborations with Afrobeats artists like Iyanya, Guchi, among others.