, a Ghanaian Afrobeat singer, has revealed how he got into music and how his path has influenced him.

In an interview with Nana Ama McBrown on Onua Showtime, the artist from Assin Fosu discussed how he got started in music, revealing that it all started in the Seventh-day Adventist church.

He doesn't remember learning to sing, claiming that it came naturally to him.

“Honestly, for me, my father used to sing in the church. I come from the SDA church. Going back in time, I can't pinpoint a particular period in my life where I'll say I went into the learning of music. It just entered me,” he explained.

Kelvyn Brown, popularly known as further stated that he was given the platform to minister in church and it started from there.

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“There was a day I was put on a program and I sang so well. Ever since then, every Saturday when we come for Sabbath if I am not given the chance to sing, I'll cry,” he added.

The award-winning artiste also highlighted some of the flaws in the SDA church he had noticed. 

“The training and the things we do as SDAs tame a lot of talents. The rules are too many and if you behave in a particular way, they see you to be contaminated,” he pointed out.

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However, withstanding all these things he faced, he concluded by saying, “In everything, what you are faced with should make you stronger. If the trials and challenges are non-existent, you won't get perfect.”

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