No matter what people say, there is no doubt Willy Paul and Alaine’s ‘I Do’ is the hottest song in Kenya since it was released on February 28th 2017.
The song garnered a million views on YouTube and Willy Paul couldn’t hide his joy for breaking and setting a new record in Kenya.
“1 million views in one week!!! The song I do Willy paul and @alainesinga has just made history!!! For the first time ever in KENYA. One million views in one week… RECORD BROKEN!!! POZZE!!!” Willy Paul announced on social media.
His post however drew criticisms from detractors who claimed he bought the views. Mitch, an acclaimed publicist for US producer Keggah (the CEO of Beat Ya Keggah) was among those that threw shades at Willy Paul.
“Fact remains these are purchased Views Willy Paul who would raise the bar so high and still hung on 200,000+ views you purchase So just delete my fact again,” Mitch wrote on IG in part.
Mitch told Ghafla! he was confident Willy Paul bought views on YouTube, he said gaining a million views wasn’t an easy task having worked on promoting Nyashinski’s ‘Now You Know’.
“You can easily tell organic views and purchased. If someone watches the video, after a minute YouTube counts that as a view. I know to tell the real views on YouTube,” Mitch told Ghafla!
N/B: YouTube views can be bought from BUILDMYVIEWS today.
Mitch dismissed claims that Alaine helped Willy Paul gain more views due to her international status; he argued that Alaine’s ‘Wafula’ which was released in February 2016 had only managed to garner 491k views.
Anyway, bought views or organic views, who cares! ‘I Do’ is a nice song you can watch it over and over again. Watch it one more in the video below:
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