Netizens hilariously react to Willy Paul’s new signee Sh11 million rate card

By Diana Anyango | 6 months ago
Willy Paul and Saldido's newest signee Queen P.

Saldido International record label founder Willy Paul recently introduced Queen P as the newest addition to his musical family and promised fans fire hits and performances.

The singer seems to be wasting no time, as he and Queen P have already released a song together, and alongside it, the signee's rate card, which left netizens talking.


Fans who were taken aback by the pricing camped at Willy Paul's comment section with hilarious questions and concerns.

Here are some of the comments;

Larry__memes: Kumbe the P stands for Pesa

Fredomondi_: Bro you have started with rate card before we know the singer. Anyway waiting for #pressure

Sir_tiegone: So you are saying she can't go to colleges

Bujuthstone: In this one Kenya, you are lying.

Certified_gesum: Na ata hatujaskia sauti yake aah

Ronie_macha254: Poze wacha kwanza tuskie sauti tujue ka tutampea kazi

According to Willy Paul, Queen P landed her opportunity at the record label because of her impeccable musical skills.

"Help me welcome @saldido_international's new female artist. @queenp254 we've chosen you because you deserve the position. May God guide you through this journey… be very careful who you associate yourself with, especially this comedians.. They've got a lot of jokes. Karibu nyumbani,” he wrote.


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Queen P becomes the second female artiste Willy Paul has signed to his record label, with the first being Miss Picasah, who joined the organization sometime in January.

"Finally our @saldido_international Female artist has arrived and has alot for you this year. 2021 is starting on a High note. Just before she drops something soothing for you.. go follow her @misspicasah. Welcome to the family @misspicasah we at @saldido_international are pleased to have you," he wrote.

Miss P, unfortunately, exited the record label a few months. However, before their split, the duo collaborated on famous tracks that rocked the airwaves.

The singer had also accused her boss of assault, a claim Willy Paul refuted before taking legal action against her.

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