Arrow Boy To Speak To Otile Brown Following Album Misunderstanding

Singer Arrow Boy has promised to reach out to fellow singer Otile Brown following his recent social media outburst.

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A disgruntled Otile Brown took to social media to ask Arrow Boy to remove “Show me ” from his recently launched 14-track album dubbed “Focus”.

According to Otile, the song was incomplete and needed more work therefore shouldn’t have been in the album.

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In an interview, however, Arrow Boy said he wasn’t aware of Otile’s complaints on social media but promised to follow up.

“I am not benefitting from fighting with Otile brown and I don’t see him benefitting from fighting with me,” he said.

“We need to hold hands and support each other coz that’s how we grow. Normally if there is an issue, we have each other’s numbers. Halla at me my brother.”

Arrow boy further said that taking the song down won’t be a big issue if they don’t come to an understanding with Otile.

“Arrowboy has enough catalogue as I have done a lot of songs and this song will not be the one that will make me famous, so taking it down will not be an issue for me. If both the managements agree to pull down the song, it’s fine and if they decide not to it is still fine by me as it is always about good vibes,” he said.

Arrow Boy and Nadia Mukami during Focus Launch

Arrow Boy launched Focus on Monday in a hyped event in Nairobi. The album features singers such as Spice Diana (Uganda), Nandy (Tanzania), and Kenya’s Sanaipei Tande, Nadia Mukami, Dufla Diligon, B Classic and Iyanii.

Samora Javan

Entertainment Journalist/ Critic/ Analyst.

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