Controversial Musician Wilson Abubakar Radido popularly known as willy Paul has today revealed that he is tired of releasing dirty music and he is ready to go clean.
Through his facebook page, pozee confessed that although dirty and Nasty music sell alot and fast it does not have fulfilment.
The self declared king of music has promised to release only clean music for the rest of the year.
“For the longest time I thought that being nasty was the way to go. That being dirty & nasty would make my music sell very fast.Yeah! it's true dirty songs sell too much but that's greediness and I've come to realise that clean music is what people want!!! and the remaining of this year I promise nothing but the best🙏,”posted Willy Paul.
Although Willy Paul did not clearly state whether he was going back to gospel Music, it’s hardly possible to sell a secular music in this country without dirty content.
The former church boy was once one of Kenyas big hits in the gospel industry before he fallout to secular where controversies have continued to follow him.
This is not the first time Willy Paul is promising to go back to clean music only for him only for to let his church Followers down.
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