Afrobeat artist Kelvyn Boy has disclosed that he was not bothered that the remix of his popular song “Downflat” did not sell as he thought.
Recall that one of the most popular songs at the beginning of the year in 2022 was Kelvyn Boy’s Downflat. The song became a household song and was mostly played at events.
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During an interview on Hit FM’s DayBreak Hitz with Andy Dosty, the artist stated that he was excited to have worked with Nigeria’s Techno and UK’s Stefflon Don – who were happy to work with him.
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“I feel like the affiliation and link up itself is going to do a lot for the song and to my career than just the hits. The main song is already a hit and I wanted to link up with other artists so it’s all good,” Kelvyn Boy told Andy Dosty.
Kelvyn Boy released a remix o his hit song ‘Downflat’ which features Techno and Stefflon Don which unfortunately did not make as much impact.
However, Kelvyn Boy believes the song ‘Downfalt changed his life in terms of his career and his finaces.