Afro-Pop/Afro-beat singer and songwriter Kelvin Brown popularly known in Showbiz as Kelvyn Boy has subtly replied to his former boss, Stonebwoy and other Industry players to stop discouraging upcoming artistes with their speeches.
According to Kelvyn Boy in a radio interview with Sammy Baah Flex on Zylofon 102.1FM, it is not important to categorize artiste under A List, B List or underground. He also reacted to the comment made by his former boss, Stonebwoy that it will take over forty years to discover highly talented artistes claiming that it was not important.
“The last time BET chose Kwesi Arthur, but today it’s a different person, we know that there are legends and we know for a fact that some people are bigger than others, but we shouldn’t say things to discourage people insinuating that some people are underground and others are A list.” he said.
He pleaded to all that there should be more encouragement and push from each and everyone.
Kelvyn Boy also said that he does not believe Stonebwoy was referring to him when he made the statement that it will take 40 years to replace artistes like himself, Shatta Wale, Sarkodie.