Secrets of Gloria-Willy Paul collabo
Controversial gospel singers Willy Paul and Gloria Muliro launched their much-awaited second collabo Kitanzi on Saturday.
Two years ago, the two singers did their first collabo, Sitolia, which received a both good and bad publicity. The song was very popular and gave both artistes great publicity and the much needed oomph to officially launch their music careers.
However, Willy Paul went to the press accusing Gloria of taking all the royalty money. Gloria, however, dismissed the allegations, saying that Willy was just jealous that she performed in more concerts than him.
After that bitter fall out they are back in the limelight with this new collabo.
How and why did they do this song? Off the Hook can reveal that the two artistes have agreed to share revenue from the song equally.
Sources close to both singers also told Off the Hook that they decided to do the song because they were suffering in their solo careers.
“Gloria has not done a better song than the one she did with Willy Paul two years ago,” revealed our source. “She decided to bury their differences and get back to making more hits.”