Billy Kym

Fastest rising Finland based Kenyan artiste Billy Kym is set to release his EP in a few weeks time.

The RNB singer has released a new song Apologize, which has so far been received well by his fans.

The song was produced by top Finnish producer Henzo Vuortenvirta.

producer Henzo Vuortenvirta
Finnish producer Henzo Vuortenvirta

Talking about the artiste, Henzo told Mpasho.co.ke,

‘Seeing Billy Kym evolve and working with him to advance and explore the RNB genre has been a refreshing experience. He’s a guy with nowhere else to go but up!’

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Speaking about his music career in a phone interview with mpasho.co.ke, Billy said,

My music is going on well I’m currently trying to push my creative work to be able to reach out more fans out there, currently, I have 6 songs out and a couple of songs I will be releasing pretty soon.

Just like many, he experienced culture shock after moving to the foreign country and had to do all it takes to fit in.

‘most of the people here speak only Finnish I had to learn a different new language in order for me to adapt quickly to this system here,’ he said.

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Commenting about the Kenyan music and his future plans, he said,

Kenya has way lot of creative minds in music Industry and I am pretty sure we are sooner getting to international level all we need to do is to support each other’s creativity and take it to next level as our own, I believe with this we will reach our goals.

He added that,

I have listened to most of the creative artistes from Kenya and yes I would wish to work with most of them, but the one favorite artist I would wish to work with most is Lamaz Span. He’s creative and he’s on another level.

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