We can’t say we are really surprised by Willy Paul’s new project. Just like his “archenemy” Bahati, the singer is set to launch his own record label.
The two have long been known for trying to outdo each other in the gospel music industry. With Bahati already enjoying a one-year headstart with Eastlands Most Beloved(EMB) Records, Willy Paul is about to bring some competition in a few weeks.
“Yes it’s coming..,” announced Willy Paul on social media, adding: “I’m blessed!! God is good, the biggest record label in town owned by me is about to drop!!!”
The ‘Tempted’ singer also appears to have been inspired to start a label by his music role model, Tanzania’s Diamond Platnumz, whose Wasafi stable is proving a big hit in the East African region.
Throughout his music career, Willy Paul has often been accused of “borrowing” ideas from Diamond.
The singer also sent a warning shot to his competitors or rather competitor(Bahati) to be scared.
“You better be ready and scared kidogo!!! Once again God is good!!”
The controversial singer has also been hanging out with secular artists such as Timmy Tdat and Khaligraph Jones. In a picture with the ‘Kasabun’ hitmaker, Willy Paul wrote: “Trust me when i say its another very good year for me and YOU my fansssss.”
Willy Paul’s fans seemed certain that a collabo between the two is in the offing. Fans have questioned Willy Paul’s new music direction as he continues to work with secular artists.