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People Don’t Understand Why I’m Still Succeeding, I’m Not From This World : Kelvyn Boy Brags

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Kelvynboy has taken to social media to brag and throw heavy shades at someone we don’t know but with no doubt might be directed at Stonebwoy, his former boss.

On Twitter, the ‘Anada Anada, lie lie’ catchphrase originator declared that people -likely his haters- keep wondering why he is still succeeding in life.

And if they care to know why, “he’s not from this world”.. Kelvynboy said. The afrobeat sensation bragging on social media has caught fans attention, some have blasted him.

Taking to twitter he wrote; “Niggas don’t understand why I still Dey succeed Thinking face I’m not from this world just know that !!.”

Check his post below;

Kelvynboy anada

Since Kelvynboy broke free from Bhim Nation and having his way through the music industry to become one of the solid forces to reckon with in the Ghanaian Music Industry.

Evidently, the singer has time and again bragged about his craft and money subtly throwing shades at haters who now Stonebwoy can be said to be a part of them, supposedly.

His tweet has garnered massive reactions from some tweeps. One Kojo Poundz who seemed angry at Kelvynboy commented with insults.

He wrote; “Sia common Range wey you buy wey dey make you feel sey you be alien nu Comot make we think”.

Kelvynboy was in the news some time ago following an accident he was involved in. The ‘Mea’ Hitmaker scratched his newly customized Range Rover with another person’s car as he drove past him.

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‘Maamiyaa’ Is My Revenge To My Ex : Teflon Flexx

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After successfully winning as the Unsung Artiste of the year at this year’s VGMA, Teflon Flexx, the SOG is out with another hit song ‘Maamiyaa’ which he featured AMG Medikal after his thanksgiving song ‘Oluwa’

The song ‘Maamiyaa’ which is a Dagbani phrase and in English, it is a sentence-filler is translated as means ‘You know what I mean’ or ‘You know’ was written and produced as a result of the singer’s painful heartbreak received from his first girlfriend when he came to the South from the North.

According to him, this painful heartbreak resulted in him becoming a prodigal, in an interview on Starr FM with CookieTee, he recalled that “This girl left me and out of pain I found myself misspending on stuff. After a break up I went drinking and chilling with girls and that where I got the inspiration. I was inspired to write this piece. I vented my pain into this piece, though is a party hip-pop genre and is an inspiration I got out of the pain from her”

‘Maamiyaa’ after it’s released on Friday is receiving lots of airplay, the song is out with both its visuals and audio. It is available on all streaming sites.

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Samini Got His Exposure From Above Because God Only Used Me : Sonni Balli Recounts

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Ace dancehall crooner, Sonny Kwabena Amoako Akoanor, popularly known as Sonni Balli has revealed how he got an encounter with Samini at the early stage of his music career.

According to him, he was with veteran hiplife musician, Nana King when he realized that the High-Grade family boss was having a unique talent hidden in him.

Speaking in an interview on Kastle FM, he noted that he does not credit himself for giving Samini who was then known as Batman exposure but rather God.

Sonni Balli emphasized that he was at a place when Samini was displaying his talent and that time he used to work with Nana King and some other people who needed such great talents.

He stated that after seeing his potential he gave him some guidelines and tips to let him know how things are done for people to enjoy the work.

Sonni Balli expressed that God does things through a human being to bless others so he knows it was God who was using him to give Samini exposure.

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I Regret Leaving Bullhaus Entertainment : Papi 55 Reveals

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One member of the defiant music group, 55 Papi has revealed that his greatest regret is his decision to leave Bullhaus Entertainment.

In his interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz this morning, he said that his decision led to the downfall of the group. According to him, he is happy to be back under the record label to make music as a solo artist.

To him, he felt disrespected at a point in time because when he wants to do something in a different way, Bulldog would reject it and tell him to do it how he wants it.

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