Willy Paul’s Hit ‘Yes I do’ Among The 3 Most Streamed Kenyan Songs.

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“Hahahaha… organic numbers never lie.” These were the words of Willy Paul after a Survey by Spotify named his hit song ‘Yes I Do’ as one of the most-streamed Kenyan songs.

This means that the musician will be laughing his way to the bank, considering the numbers released by the survey.

{Willy Paul: Photo Courtesy}

The controversial musician is known for attacking other musicians like Bahati, and Mr. Seed. But Pozze has continued to win the hearts of viewers around the globe.

Earlier this month, a musician, we will not mention his name alleged that Willy Pozze is never interested in supporting other celebrities, claimes he trashed.

Kenya’s most celebrated band, Sauti Saul, was not left out after their hit songs Melanin and Suzanna were also mentioned as the most-streamed at number one and three, respectively.

Why is this information so important to celebrities? 

The answer to this question is simple. More streams mean more money to the pocket of the celebrities.

Let’s break it down, Spotify pays roughly $0.006 to $0.0084 per stream. So if a song has up to 1M streams, it would render a payout estimated to be around Ksh600K and Ksh800K.

{Willy Paul: Photo Courtesy}

What would you have done if you were Willy Paul? Find time to answer this.

Willy Paul had a good year. In August 2021, he was named as the most searched Kenyan musician by google.

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