Willy Paul Set To Drop An Album Due To ‘World Demand’

Popular singer Willy Paul, is set to drop his debut album titled Songs of Solomon. The Sitolia hit maker announced this news via his social media pages, stating that he was doing this due to popular demand. Even though he is yet to reveal more information on the collaborations to be featured on this album and date of release, the comments by his fans on this announcement reek of nothing but excitement and anticipation.

The Jigi Jigi singer has been working hard if his new music is anything to go by. His latest releases titled Hold Yuh, which is a collaboration with Jamaican singer Samantha J and Wema which he sang together with Gospel singer Gloria Muliro, have been faring well with favorable reviews from fans and critics alike.

Willy Paul who began his music career as a Gospel artiste officially made a turn to secular music last year, and has continued to shine despite the controversy around his decision to quit gospel music. His diverse music catalogue boasts of hits songs such as I Do, Njiwa, Halleluya, Tam Tam, Nishikilie, Fanya, Mmmh, Mamangu, Lala Salama, Sitolia and Nikune among others. The Saldido Records CEO has also collaborated with stars such as Alaine, Khaligraph Jones, Nadia Mukami, Nandy, Ali Kiba and Omy Dimpos among others.

Fans can only anticipate the contents of his new album as Willy Paul is always full of surprises. The Tiga Wana singer has promised his fans nothing but the best in this album.

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