Kenyan controversial singer Willy Paul has bragged about the expenditure on his new song whose video is yet to be released. Without giving more details about his new video, the 2013 Groove Awards male artist of the year said he has spent about Ksh. 2 million for a complete track.
In a post that he publicly shared on his official Instagram page, Willy Paul segmented his expenditure on the track saying it has cost him a total of ksh 1.5 million to shoot the video and about Ksh 500k to produce its audio.
He further promised to drop the video to his fans not later than 24-hours from the time he made the post.
Some of the songs that Willy Paul has been identified with, believed to have consumed millions of money include; “I do” featuring Alaine from Jamaica, ” Njiwa” featuring Nandy from Tanzania, “Hallelujah” featuring Nandy, “Sikireti” featuring Cecil from Jamaica, “Nobody” featuring Yemi Alade from Nigeria, “Mmmh” featuring @rayvanny from Tanzania, “Jigi Jigi, Kanungo, Malingo”, and “You Never Know” which earned him recognition and a US tour.
However, as history on the music industry has it for Pozee, he first gained recognition after recording the song “Rabuka” and later “Sitolia” with Gloria Muliro.