Ghanaian musician, Kelvyn Boy, says he is poised on working hard to be remembered by generations yet to be born.
According to the Afrobeats sensation, he would want his songs and Afrobeats legacy to live on in the country and Africa after his exit from this world.
“I want to be an Afrobeats legend-to leave a legacy, so that even after I’m gone, my songs would be played.
“Therefore, I try to add a touch of highlife in my song to give it that touch of African rythmn”, the Coffee hitmaker told Ohemaa Woyeje on Adom FM’s Work and Happiness Show.
Kelvyn Boy also hinted that he has been working on his debut album which is ready for release.
He however noted that due to some undisclosed setbacks, he and his team have decided to launch the album hopefully, next year.
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