Willy Paul Claims He Is Motivated By Critics As He Celebrates Success Of His Album

Willy Paul is basking in the positive response to his latest album, “Beyond Gifted,” which debuted on April 30th. The singer appeared on KTN this past weekend, where he interacted with enthusiastic fans and revealed the album’s impressive performance – surpassing 20 million total streams in just 24 hours.

Currently promoting the album through media tours, Willy Paul expresses pride in every track. He reminisced about the collaborative process, acknowledging the time and effort invested: “Good things take time,” he shared.

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The artist also addressed the cyberbullying he encounters. “It actually motivates me,” he explained. “Knowing they’ll pounce on any setback fuels my drive. So, I thank them and keep pushing out music.”

Willy Paul, the sole musician signed to his label Saldido Records, hinted at future diversification: “Saldido is venturing into other businesses beyond music production. Details will come later.”

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Pozzee, as he’s also known, acknowledged the two-year journey behind “Beyond Gifted.” “It’s a team effort,” he emphasized. “Putting together an album with artists like Mr. Iyanya, Skales, and Alaine takes time and collaboration.”

In 2023, Willy Paul expressed his belief in elevating the Kenyan music industry, calling himself “the most talented man that’ll save it.” He has also advocated for weeding out mediocrity in the scene.

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Dennis Elnino

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