Kelvyn Boy, a Ghanaian Afrobeat singer, has urged Ghanaian musicians to learn from Nigerian sounds rather than competing with them.
He said that Nigerian music should be appreciated in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz. “They tap all the time and I feel like we are now tapping as well instead of competing”, he mentioned.
According to the ‘Toffee’ singer, Ghanaian music has achieved success, and musicians must be commended for their efforts in making Ghanaian music one of Africa’s pride.
“I don’t believe in competing. This is not the right time to complain. We want to be number one, while we know that Nigerians currently hold that spot. We should be okay with being number two and work properly on it.”
Kelvynboy has a new song called Down Flat that is quickly becoming a hit on the music world. The singer is a staunch Afrobeat supporter, believing that Ghanaians must acknowledge that the Afrobeat genre is the only way for Ghana to achieve the global acclaim it deserves in the music industry.
He informed Andy Dosty that his new song, “Down Flat,” is attracting a lot of interest from Nigerian Afrobeat legends. “I am getting a lot of feedback from Nigeria. We only need to tighten a few lose screws and work together. We have to admit that we need to learn from them.”