The reggae/dancehall and music fraternity saw a new wind blow as sensational singer Stonebwoy set in with his choice of deep music which he tagged “Afro-dancehall”.
Afro-dancehall in the sense that, he is from Africa and yet doing what the Jamaicans does, adding local dialects of deep lyrics, sounds to the patio.
Undoubtedly Stonebwoy‘s music is here to stay and after his span due to how deep he goes in with words when putting up a song.
Speaking to Roman Fada on Atinka he releaved all his master piece are to inspire and stay long, so he does not rush his music.
“I don’t expect to see instant achievement after i bring out a project, not like getting a hit for two to three weeks and that is it”– he says
“I want them to leave long even beyond my span so people can leave with it, because music has to leave long literally”- he concluded.
The 2020 IRAWMA Best African Reggae/Dancehall Entertainer winner added, as long as the world does not come to an end yet, he expects any of his music bodies to continue to reach out to people and inspire them not only in Ghana but around the world.
“The Anloga Junction master piece is my biggest project yet undoubtedly, because of the height it has attained now on streaming platforms and in the world as a whole”.