Controversial gospel artiste Willy Paul is one of the most loved and celebrated young singers in Kenya and though he’s full of scandals, he still has a massive following of fans who adore his songs.
The Tam Tam hitmaker recently dropped a new wedding song I Do with Jamaican songstress Alaine, that led to alot of criticism because of the fact that she is a secular singer, but that doesn’t mean that they didn’t watch the music video or listen to the song.
Willy Paul real name, Wilson Abubakar Radido recently revealed that he had signed a contract with renowned Bongo artiste Diamond Platnumz, though it wasn’t clear if he had signed to his record label, WCB.
Later on, it was revealed that he was going to be part of Diamond’s online music distribution platform, wasafi.com, where his songs will be posted for download, and trust me, this is a big move for Willy Paul.
However, this did not go well with his fans, who felt that it was a big mistake to sign a deal with a secular record label, telling him that he had ‘killed his own gospel career’.
Willy Paul, on the other hand, seems to be very happy and content with the move and feels no remorse whatsoever, more so, after Diamond Platnumz endorsed his music to his 3.4 Million followers.
Diamond Platnumz put up a photo of Willy Paul’s song with Alaine, telling his fans to go to the music site and download it with this caption: “AFRICA!!!! Now you can get I DO by @willy.paul.msafi & @alainesinga and all @willy.paul.msafi Hits on @wasafidotcom”
Well, Willy Paul couldn’t help but repost it with this simple caption: “Diamond just said it guys… get the song now!!” Let’s see how this impacts his musical career and if it puts him on a new pedestal.