Kelvyn Boy, formally of the Burniton Music Label Group, has disclosed he funded 80% of his music videos while with the record label.

The revelation follows his dismissal from the camp. According to the Chief Executive Officer, Stonebwoy, they found no reason to extend his contract after an audit of his conduct.

But, Kelvyn Boy said he funded 80% of his videos and that funding his videos was to show appreciation to the label and to prove his hard work.

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“I funded 80%/of my videos and it always came with Bhim Nation tag but it doesn’t matter because I felt Stonebwoy had helped me and the rest was me,” he said.

Speaking in an interview on Hitz FM’s DayBreak Hitz, Kelvyn Boy said he has no reason to be ungrateful to Stonebwoy.

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“I don’t know which other way I could have been grateful because I served him all these years coupled with backing here and there but my record label didn’t even know where I lived,” he said.

Speaking on why he stopped backing Stonebwoy, he added “it happened naturally because at a point, I realised I had to be myself and work harder in order not to be lazy because I have been signed.”