Home Showbiz From “Down Flat” to “FOR THE KULTURE”, Afrobeats star Kelvynboy has found his true sound

From “Down Flat” to “FOR THE KULTURE”, Afrobeats star Kelvynboy has found his true sound

Kelvyn Boy credits "Mea" for transforming his career and bringing him exposure

Kelvynboy is an Afrobeat sensation who has managed to harness the whirlwind of controversies and creative shifts that come with fame.


Notably among the controversies is his departure from the Burniton Music Group, also known as the BHIMNATION Camp and his fallout with former mentor, Stonebwoy.

With the recent release of his extended play (EP) “FOR THE KULTURE,” Kelvynboy reaffirms his status as a versatile artist, unafraid to transcend boundaries and carve his own path.

Four years ago, Kelvynboy’s rise to prominence began, anchored by the Afrobeat genre. Hits like “Na You,” “Afrobeats,” and “Coffee” laid the foundation for his distinct style, but it was in 2022 that he truly left an indelible mark.

“Down Flat,” a single that seemed to defy genre constraints, emerged as his magnum opus, marking a turning point in his artistic journey.

Songs like “Be Like That,” “Billionaire,” and “Vero” incorporate elements of highlife, which have seemingly become Kelvynboy’s signature sound.

The evolution from the Afrobeats of four years ago to the current highlife-infused style is evident in his project “FOR THE KULTURE.”

Kelvynboy’s collaboration with King Promise on “Getting Better” showcases his mastery of the Amapiano beat—a personal favourite of mine.

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His music is proof of how he has progressed over the years, a phenomenon  I can relate to on my own journey. Just as things have improved for him, I appreciate how things change over time.

On the other hand, “Vero” stands as a remarkable piece, a composition that gradually captivates your senses.

The production quality is impressively seamless, and Kelvynboy’s performance exudes an unfiltered, soulful authenticity.

I’m compelled to acknowledge his tremendous efforts in promoting this track; the ongoing promotional campaign truly speaks volumes.

The ingenious open verse challenge has proven to be highly effective, drawing the participation of esteemed figures like Sarkodie and Flowkingstone, alongside several other accomplished artists.

“For The Kulture” is a project that every Ghanaian should explore, as it ensures there’s a favourite for everyone.

Kelvynboy’s meticulous attention ensures you’ll find a track that resonates.

Just as he evolves, so too does his music, embodying the spirit of progress that we all encounter on our unique journeys.

So, let the melodies of “FOR THE KULTURE” be your guide as you immerse yourself in the diverse and captivating sounds of Ghanaian music.

By Cyril Senason Anani |3Xtra.tv|Ghana



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