“My song down flat changed my life”- Kelvyn Boy

Kelvyn, the artist behind the hit song “Down Flat,” revealed that this particular track had a profound impact on his life.

The musician asserts that despite having released numerous songs prior to “Down Flat”, he was not generating any income from them.

Kelvyn Boy expressed in a tweet that although the songs didn’t bring him much financial gain, they provided him with enough sustenance to never go to bed hungry.

He claims that his song “Down Flat” had a profound impact on his life.

The musician provided limited information regarding the impact it had on his life, but it is evident that he was referring to its significant influence on his financial situation.

“All my previous songs ensured that there was enough food on the table, but Down Flat completely transformed my life.” “But you were already aware of that,” he stated.

Meanwhile, Kelvyn Boy has announced that he has quit smoking and is now urging Ghanaian youth to avoid the habit.

It is a common misconception that smokers are dirty and rowdy. However, I personally know some individuals who are heavy smokers and yet happen to be among the wealthiest and most hygienic people I’ve ever met. Put that thought to rest today. Can you believe it? Your favorite artist smokes, of all things! However, I have decided to stop. “Say no to drugs, guys,” he posted.

Kelvyn Boy has frequently faced criticism for his alleged marijuana use and has been accused of setting a negative example for the youth of Ghana.

In an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM, the musician openly admitted to being a frequent marijuana user and made no attempt to conceal it.

He claims to prefer staying true to himself, hiding behind a shrub, and pretending to be virtuous.

“That’s who I am, and I can’t pretend to be someone I’m not. People appreciate me for being genuine because I stay true to myself. I don’t have to put on a facade because it doesn’t diminish who I am,” he stated.

He admitted that he had a strong addiction to smoking, to the point where going a single day without a cigarette would drive him to madness.

“The perception is that smoking leads to madness, but personally, not smoking drives me crazy,” he stated.


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