Willy Paul Hits 1 Million YouTube Subscribers After Bahati & Otile Brown

Kenyan artist Willy Paul is a happy man after Youtube resolved his copyright strike and re-uploaded his song Lalala back on its platform.

Celebrating having his song with alleged new bae Jovial back on YouTube, Pozze posted a snippet of the song on Instagram.

He went on to thank God for helping him get his new song back.

Willy Paul

He also went ahead to ask his fans to go back to Youtube and stream the song as it was not on top trending yet.

He captioned the post,

“I serve a living God, my God loves me so much. Finally, the song #LALALA is back on youtube but not trending…

“Keep streaming the song fam and let the devil know that I am protected by the blood of Jesus and still here to stay…. this is a very beautiful song that everyone should at least try and listen to…#LALALA”

A crosscheck done by this writer indicates that the song was pulled down after a musician identified as King Jones claimed that Pozze had taken parts of his music and incorporated them into the new song.

That misunderstanding seems to have been fixed in a jiffy and the song is back online and has over 444 thousand views and over 27 thousand likes.

However, having the song back is not the only thing the 29-year-old is celebrating at the moment.

The artist just hit over a million subscribers on his Youtube channel making him the third artist in Kenya to accomplish such a feat after RnB artist Otile Brown and musician artist Bahati.

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