Kelvyn Boy, has disclosed his readiness to collaborate with his former record label President, Stonebwoy should the opportunity fly his way.
Stonebwoy’s work is immensely admired by Kelvyn Boy, who expressed his desire to work with him for a variety of reasons. AccraGuy posted a transcript of an interview Kelvyn Boy had with Guide Radio where he expressed his desire to collaborate with Stonebwoy.
He expressed, “The only Ghanaian artist I need on my song for a lot of reasons is Stonebwoy; for a lot of reasons.”
Kelvyn Boy then elaborated on his motivations, stating that he wants to sing with Stonebwoy again, prove to people that he has no issues with him, and believes that Stonebwoy’s involvement can help promote his songs.
“For a lot of reasons because I want to sing with him again, I want to have that feeling with him again, I want to clear people’s thoughts and I want to make music; I want to make money. I know when people see a song by myself and Stonebwoy, people will rush to listen to it. So, for business-wise and whatever, I just want to make music with Stonebwoy again,” he added.
Burniton Music Group, Stonebwoy’s musical label, welcomed Kelvyn Boy in 2018. A year later, though, their working arrangement ended, which caused a dispute between the two artists.
Two successful singles by Kelvyn Boy were released when he was signed to the record company: “Toffee” and “Na You.” Additionally, he was a part of the immensely popular Stonebwoy song “Kpo k3k3.”