Kelly handsome is a US based Nigerian, who felt the Naija music scene was moving and growing real fast and he had be there.. as they say the rest is history as he has since been making big waves on the Naija music scene. Kelly handsome released a new single tittled "maga don pay", the song is basically talking about "maga paying money"

The message in the song is quite similar to 'Yahoozee that mega hit sometime back by Olu Maintain and some might say that it glories the 419 scams which have been responsible for Nigeria's image of notoriety round the world,

A source claimed Kelly handsome was detained by the police because of the content of his song! Would you blame the cops?. I'm sure right now some of you are thinking the song should be yanked out of the music industry.. Anyway whatever you may think about the song's message, Kennis music seem to have done a a good job with the production. Hear it and you'll sing along. Trust me. Real danceable beat...

Meanwhile Kelly handsome latest offering 'Igwe Kom Kom' takes a swipe big time at Mo hits records crew Terry G, Wande Coal and D’banj.
The track branded ‘Igwe kom kom‘ addressed Terry G’s accusation that Kelly Hansome had been jacking the words ‘ tile tile’ and ‘free me’ from him. and that Kelly Handsome had been "biting his style". in his song 'Who born the Maga'

Kelly Hansome didn’t just respond to Terry G but a line from the song goes ‘no be bumper to bumper, na fender to bumper‘ apparently targetted at Wande Coal while he also plays with lines off tracks by D’banj, twisting them into jabs. His swipe perceived as an attention seeking attempt by some observers, has been denied by him as a feud resulting from Mo Hits records refusing to record a track with him in his new album.

Anyway watch this space for more news and lets hope this does not all get out of hand remember Tupac and Biggie sometimes these stunts can go places you would not really want them to go



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