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Stonebwoy is a blessing- Australia-based Afrobeats musician



Australia-based Afrobeats musician, Mike Akox has described the Ghanaian dancehall musician, Stonebwoy as a blessing for meeting him in Australia some four year ago on one stage at a concert.

He said this in an interview with MzGee on the New Day show on TV3, January 20.

The Sydney based musician, who is in Ghana to promote his songs described how he met the Afro dancehall musician when he was in Australia to perform at a concert they were both billed on.

“That man (Stonebwoy) is a blessing, four years ago he was in Australia to play a show and in Australia I’m pushing the Afrobeats there and the other upcoming artistes as well, Stonebwoy came and I opened for him at the show.

”I went to his apartment and he received me so well, you know I even cooked for him and then we were just doing freestyle kind of thing, and they were like: Mike sing, sing!, and he was like: turn the music off!, so we turned the music off and I started singing, as soon as I started singing, he was like: “It’s okay stop you got it!” he narrated.

Mike Akox told MzGee that, after the concert and Stonebwoy was about to leave, he looked at him straight in the face and told him that they shall work together, so he should wait for him to get home to Ghana first, and four years after that there are so many artistes he has met because Stonebwoy decided to record a song with him.

The “Supermario” hit singer said that at their video shoot for the song, he was so emotional that he hugged Stonebwoy and thanked him for collaborating with him on the song and he replied that: “when God blesses you with a good eye for talents, you see them when you meet one”.

The musician who also describes himself as an “antique” person said he does not write the lyrics to his songs and that when he wants to record a song he just psych himself up and sing from the feelings he gets in the moment coming straight from the heart.

He further admonished the youth to be simple and live according to their means by not pushing themselves to the brink in order to acquire an expensive lifestyle that is not in line with their economic statuses. He insisted the youth should save money, the little that they get for better days and not squander them on “expensive” clothing.

He said he came back to Ghana last year to promote his songs but the COVID-19 has put a halt on that due to the lockdown that has slowed his big entry into the music scene in the country.

When asked about the impact of Afrobeat on the entertainment scene in Australia, he said “Afrobeat is coming up from there now, I’ve been doing it there and my fan base there is good, the feelings that I get is that: go home, it doesn’t matter where you push the music from, I’m like, let me just go home, my friends were like: Mike go home and do it from home, so you know I came home to push it, so it doesn’t matter where I push it from but it’s still coming up in Australia”.

He declared that his music can be found on all the music streaming sites on the internet for his fans and the world to listen to and enjoy.




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Stonebwoy Teases Fans As He Shows 1000s Of Songs Yet To Be Released On His IPhone (video)



The Bhim Nation President, Stonebwoy has got fans fired up after this video hit the net.

The phenomenal dancehall act has dropped bangers and hits back to back since his entry in the music scene, and from all indications there’s more to come.

Fans of Stonebwoy went haywire after this video of him showing off his unreleased songs on his phone.

This happened during an interview where he was asked if another album is dropping, he quickly went ahead to show his phone which had a number of songs and started scrolling and scrolling and said these are all unreleased songs.

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God Loves Homosexuals – Kwabena Kwabena Tells Critics



Veteran Ghanaian highlife musician George Kwabena Adu popularly known as Kwabena Kwabena has joined the growing list of celebrities and influential people who are voicing support for the respect for the human rights of the LGBTQI community.

The guitarist is calling on Ghanaians to desist from attacking gays and lesbians because God loves them just as anyone else.

He revealed how sad he feels when he comes across the hate been spewed by pastors and Christians against the LGBTQI people.

He made the remarks in a post on his Instagram page which has been sighted by modernnewsgh.com

He wrote: “To the men of God who are spewing hate at our queer brothers and sisters. How do you read your bibles again? I’m very saddened especially realizing how much hate we have haboured in our hearts. It’s scary. Decided to remind the clergy and any man of God of their duty as stated in the Bible. Ephesians chapter 4. God is Love so anything that incites hate is not from God.”

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Burna Boy Features In Pepsi Global Ad With Messi And Paul Pogba- Watch Video



Burna Boy has been featured in the new Pepsi commercial which was unveiled on February 23.

The Nigerian singer lent his voice to the theme song along with Becky G in an advertisement that features Lionel Messi, Paul Pogba and Raheem Sterling, and Mohammed Salah.

“It was a privilege to work with such superstar players on this year’s Pepsi football ad,” said Scholfield. “Each delivered an excellently accentuated version of their off-the-pitch personality to the spot, as naturally and skillfully as they would on the field.

Pepsi, our creative team, and all of our post-production partners were awesome collaborators to work with. Each of them smashed it on every level, making the film the epic piece it is,” Henry Scholfield who directed the advert said.

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