• Otile Brown assured his fans that his upcoming second album is a masterpiece and must perform well come what may

• He threatened to quit music if the album does not make it to top three best albums in Africa

Sensational Kenyan singer Otile Brown has dropped a shocker on his fans after publicly announcing that he will quit music if his upcoming second album fails to perform well.

The Alivyonipenda hitmaker who is currently working on his second studio album disclosed he hopes his upcoming album performs well continentally and globally as well.

Otile Brown informed his fans that his upcoming album will contain the best of hit songs. Photo: Courtesy.

In an Insta-stories update seen by YEIYO.com Otile Brown assured his fans that his second album will contain nothing but the best tunes which should catapult him to even greater heights.

According to Otile Brown, his upcoming album is so good, rather will be great to make it among the top three best albums in Africa.

The musician, through his Instagram status update vowed to quit his music career should his upcoming album flop once it is officially released.

“I got too game on my upcoming album. Real life experience and is, #rawwww….It has to make it to at least top 3 best albums in Africa, just to be fair or else I am quitting music,” Otile Brown posted.

Otile Brown threatened to quit music if his upcoming album will perform poorly. Photo: Otile Brown/Instagram.

Otile Brown’s latest statement comes at a time Kenya is battling it out with other East African countries, specifically Tanzania in a bid to command supremacy.

The latest development unfolded barely days after his fans took to social media to plead with him to drop new projects as they have missed his great musical vibes.

YEIYO.com understands Otile Brown has lately been managing his own music career after parting ways with his cousin and manager Noriega.

Both Otile Brown and Noriega offered public statements to announce the end of their professional engagement.

Through an official statement published on Otile Brown’s social media pages, the musician confirmed their “split” was amicable as he wished Noriega all the best in his future endeavors.

Otile Brown’s former manager during the launch of his record label. Photo: Noriega Don/Instagram.

Following the split, Noriega launched his record label, RKC Cartel and even launched his first artiste Lexil, who had initially been signed under Otile Brown’s label, Nothing But Love.

It should be noted that Otile Brown has been one of Kenya’s top musician who has been flying the country’s flag up high in the much-competitive music industry.

The star has not only won countless music awards but also performed in different sold out events both locally and internationally.

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