- Ghanaian musician, Kelvyn Boy, has disclosed that he used to lead worship during his SHS days
- He added that the headmaster became fond of him as a result, and therefore economically supported him
- Kelvyn Boy went on to say that he also performed in churches and pubs in order to make a living
Rising Ghanaian musician, Kelvyn Boy, has revealed that he used to be a worship leader during his Senior High School (SHS) days.
According to a report by MyNewsGH, the Burninton Music signee stated that as a student of Osei Tutu Senior High School in Kumasi, he was often called on to lead worship.
He added that his gospel singing prowess made him the favorite of the school’s headmaster, who in turn helped him financially until he left the school.
Kelvyn Boy further revealed that the death of his mother caused him to hop from one church to the other, singing and raising funds for his upkeep and education.
He then decided to sing at other events such as funerals and also at pubs, and this helped him financially, as he was able to make money to take care of himself.
The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) unsung artiste said although he wrote several Gospel songs during his days as a church singer, he never recorded them.
He is however certain he will write songs for Gospel artistes, because he believes God called him to be a Afrobeat singer and not a Gospel musician.
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