Even though he is most known for the adjustments he has collaborated on with his former employer and the person who first made him popular among Ghanaians, Kelvin Brown, also known as Kelvyn Boy, and the smash song “Mea,” have made significant contributions to his life and career.
When Kelvyn Boy appeared on TV3’s New Day, he was quick to express his thanks for the song’s potential to help him gain a lot of popularity and money.
Although he had previously published other songs, “Mea” stood out and attracted a lot of attention, which also resulted in an increase in performance bookings, according to him.
“That music genuinely altered my course. Yes, even though I had other songs, it gave me a lot of publicity. I was doing performances every weekend when ‘Mea’ came out, and it generated buzz and brought me cash, he said to Adwoa Noella and Roland Walker on New Day.
When asked how the song came to be, Kelvyn Boy recalled being exhausted and about to fall asleep when he heard a beat.
He said, “I was actually sleeping, and the guy was playing the beat, and we had already recorded a song.”
He tried to fall asleep, but the sound of the rain kept him awake. He found himself humming a tune from the MASSARI song “Real Love,” from 2006, which had been stuck in his brain.
“I was going to sleep since I was exhausted, but it started to rain, so I couldn’t. I chose the tune from the MASSARI song Real Love from 2006. If I don’t tell you, you won’t know; that’s how loudly it was ringing in my brain. I then told Samsney, and the tune alone—without lyrics—was recorded. And Joey B worked his magic on it,” he said.