Controversial Singer Alvindo drops new track to inspire Boy child

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Controversial singer Alvindo has dropped yet another song after two of his song elicited mixed reactions.

Alvindo hit the headlines after his song ‘Takataka’ which condemns a lady who rejected him went viral.

Moral cop Ezekiel Mutua though late, moved on to ban the song on grounds that it was promoting femicide and gender violence.

Alvindo’s new jam dubbed ‘Boy Child’ speaks about all the difficulties the boy child is going through these days.

“Boy child haki unaumia, boy child haki unalia, Zile vituko we hupitia, ni mingi lakini don’t stress we tulia, juu unajua mwanaume ni kuvumilia.” goes part of the lyrics

‘Boychild’ was produced by Magix Enga of Fast Cash Music Group studios owned by KRG the Don, who took Alvindo under his wing after ‘Taka Taka’ went viral.

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