My ‘Yawa No Dey’ song isn’t a diss to Stonebwoy – Kelvyn Boy
Afrobeat singer, Kelvyn Boy, has debunked claims that his new song ‘Yawa No Dey’ is a track aimed at offending his former boss, Stonebwoy.
In an interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay Fm, Kelvyn Boy explained that the song was his way of reaching out to fans who have been through tough experiences.
According to him, he sought to lift up the spirits of these fans who have been looked down on or been discouraged from pursuing a dream.
“I sought to empower them to work hard and shame their enemies. This song is doing so well because at least game boys are using it in their social media posts when they are flaunting their assets,” he added.
Kelvyn Boy released ‘Yawa No Dey’ on November 22 which has been through a lot of scrutinies.
Lyrics that suggested he was working hard to put his enemies to shame or his enemies have failed, were rumoured to be a shot at dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy.
Kelvyn Boy also cleared the air that he was trying to rub shoulders with Stonebwoy and had become disrespectful.
“I am just starting my career and I will never rub shoulders with Stonebwoy. In fact my exit has shown that I was really doing a good job. Some artistes get signed and relax but I have been working,” he added.
Kelvyn Boy is known for songs like Na You, Mea, Toffee, Nana Ama, Holiday, Ginger, Loko, Afrobeats, My Story, Anything and No War.