Gospel singer Willy Paul talks about how unsupportive Harmonize can be.

Controversial gospel artist Willy Paul has not been a happy man lately following his latest collaboration with Tanzania’s Harmonize. The gospel singer came out to express his dissatisfaction on how unsupportive artists can be.

Willy Paul who recently featured Harmonize in the remix of his track “Pilipili” this 7th April says that Harmonize & the crew didn’t do much to promote the song like he did.

This came after Harmonize released a new jam dubbed ‘Kwangwaru’ featuring Diamond Platnumz 7days after dropping the ‘Pili Pili Remix. Currently as it stands the video featuring Diamond is currently trending first on YouTube with 1.2M+ views in a few days while on the other side ‘Pili Pili Remix’ is at 499k views weeks after its release.

Willy on a video he posted while at Saldido records claims that Harmonize didn’t wholeheartedly support ‘Pilipili’ like he is currently supporting ‘Kwangwaru’.

“This is so sad! Honestly speaking, let’s not be people who are just after using others. Let’s learn to support. And if we agree to support then let’s do it whole heartedly… it’s a small world we are living in you might be at the top today but remember. Tomorrow is not guaranteed.. learn to live with people! #tafakari,” ~ Willy Paul.

The talented gospel artist feels that Kenyans are giving too much airtime to Bongo artists and neglecting there own,showing so much love to them and getting NONE in return.

Willy Paul calls upon every music fan,media houses,media presenters,DJs & his fellow artists to get together and support the Kenyan music industry where he believes lies lots of talent.

Watch the Pilipili Remix featuring Harmonize HERE

The truth is there is more than enough love, creative ideas, power, joy, happiness to go around 😘 😘

Shirleen Winters

The truth is there is more than enough love, creative ideas, power, joy, happiness to go around 😘 😘

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