Stonebwoys, a Ghanaian Afropop and Dancehall singer, has urged Ghanaians to be wary of their critiques so that Black Sherif’s career does not suffer.
Stonebwoy responded to accusations that he sings in a monotone pattern by telling Lantam Papanko on GHOne TV, “I am not a critique, I am a fellow artist, therefore I leave it to the critiques to enjoy their thoughts, what I care about is that they offer constructive criticism.” Few of them criticize based on personal views and feelings, which add up to derail a promising career.”
He also said that he approached Black Sherif about collaborating, but that he received no response.
Stonebwoy, whose real name is Livingstone Etse Satekla, has recently joined the global Def Jam artist family. The news came on the heels of the release of his debut label single “Therapy” on all streaming platforms, as well as a hot video shot in Ghana, which will premiere on May 13th.
The song follows an already remarkable career that includes four albums, numerous hit songs, and film roles, not to mention his charitable efforts as part of the “Livingston Foundation,” which educates and elevates Ghana’s children.
Christopher Agbodo Ranson / Virgin Blogger / www.kingdomfmonline.com