Burniton Music Group artist, Kelvyn Bwoy in an interview with SVTV AFRICA shares his before fame story and it’s just touching and motivating.
According to the fast-rising artist, he used to sleep in a couch of a band house with five rooms packed with lots of boys.
“When I first came to Accra, I used to sleep in a couch, wait for someone’s time to be up then I take my turn and use the rooms.” Kelvyn Bwoy recalled
Although life was difficult for the energetic vocalist, he indicated that life’s hardship didn’t discourage him from pushing through to achieve his dreams.
“Life wasn’t easy but I didn’t lose hope I pushed harder and that was where I bought my first TV and laptop which helped me to learn more music.” he added
The Stonebwoy protégé has released a new music video titled “hustle” which highlights his struggle, encouraging others not to give up in life.
Born Kelvin Brown, Kelvyn Boy is a product of Osei Tutu Senior High School in the Ashanti region.
He nurtured his talent from primary school and as a member of his church’s choir and today, he is the author of well-received songs like Pray, Toffee and Na You.