Wilson Abubakar Radido, known to many as Willy Pozze has released yet another controversial song. The song is known as Alkaida and was produced by a top Tanzanian producer, Kimambo.
The song has already set tongues wagging as it seems way too far from gospel.
Willy Paul seems to have copied the idea of his new song from top Tanzania songstress, Nandy. The beats are nearly the same as Nandy's song called Aibu, which was also produced by Kimambo.
The song has no gospel content, a move that seems to raise questions among Willy Paul's fans on whether he is still a gospel artiste.
Willy Paul released the song barely months after he dropped another controversial song called Sikireti. He collaborated with Jamaican artiste Cecile. Interestingly, the Sikireti seems to have broken his YouTube records. It has more thumbs-down compared to likes.
This clearly shows the level of dissatisfaction from Willy Paul's fans. His other controversial songs include Digiri, Bora uhai featuring Khaligraph Jones and Tiga wana, which he collaborated with size 8.
Is Willy Paul still a Gospel artiste? Well, this is the question that most Kenyans are asking themselves, owing to the numerous controversies that have surrounded Willy Paul's career.