Kenyans are Kenyans and they will throw shade over anything or everything. But in most cases they are always right.
Kenyan Gospel Artist Willy Paul has released a new song titled ‘Sikireti’ with the Jamaican star Cecile who is among the best known current dancehall artists.
Fans have reacted with a sense of confusion over how Willy Paul managed to make a collabo with Cecile but also most were honest enough to say that they do not like it.
Cecile is not news in Kenya since she has worked with Kenyan artists in the past and was featured in a song by Kenyan Gospel artist Papa Dennis ‘ I am blessed’ although they recorded the song separately with Cecile in Jamaica and Papa Dennis in Kenya.
She also did a collabo remix with Wyre ‘She Say Dat’. Willy Paul adds up to the list. The Jamaican dancehall artist is famously known for her songs…’ Love me so’ ‘girl on the side’ among hits.
If you all know ‘Yes I do’ by Alaine then that was one of Willy Paul’s best. Kenyan fans have reacted saying that the song is below the standard having that it was hyped earlier.
Willy Paul was in Jamaica a couple weeks ago and his fans were waiting for his collabo with Jamaican model and singer-songwriter ‘ Samantha J’ which has not been released yet.
Willy Paul pulled this major surprise as fans did not predict this collabo with Cecile. Willy Paul revealed that growing up he had always listened to Cecilemusic and he thanks God that he finally got to work with her.
“Let’s dance!! It’s finally here.#SIKIRETIreloaded Willy paul ft @badgyalcecile … #kenya #jamaica Grew up listening to Cecile and im glad the Lord made it possible to work with her… leave a comment” reads post
Kenyans however did not seem to care about the fact that this is Willy Paul’s dream come to andwent ahead and descended on him with trolls
Have a look at the reactions from Kenyans..
What do you think about Willy Paul’s new song? How do you rate it on a scale of 1-10?