Kenyan artist Wiily Paul, has recently come up with a list of around ten artists whom he thought were capable of releasing good content.
The Popular hit maker was speaking before the launch of his newest album. According to Wiily Paul, anyone who said Kenyan artists lacked content ought to be ashamed of themselves.
Hence, he revealed that the newest album that he was currently working on, would be so good that some people would be forced to remove their clothes due to the excitement of the music.
In Pozee's quest to prove that Kenyan artists actually had good content, he came up with a list of names of Kenyan artists. According to Pozee, if any artist found their names missing on the list then their music was trash.
Pozee's list had some notable exclusions like King Kaka, Bahati, Nviiri, Nadia Mukami, Gengetone artists, Wakadinali and many other popular artists. However, the likes of Khaligraph Jones, Nyashinski, Bensoul, Bien, Masauti and many more still got featured.
"Nisikie taka taka ikisema Kenya hakuna content na talent." "Nakwambia hii album itafanya wanawake na wanaume wavue manini."
"Meanwhile, big up to all artists that are doing well." Pozee, said before displaying a list of Kenyan artists whom he thought were doing well. "Kama hauko hapa, punguza hasira na ufanye kazi." He concluded.
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