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“Samini raised and nurtured me to become what I am today” – Stonebwoy


Multiple Award-winning reggae-dancehall artistes, Livingstone Etse Satekla popularly known as Stonebwoy, has disclosed that he was raised and nurtured in the music industry to become what he is today, all thanks to Samini.

The reggae dancehall artiste in an interview on the “United Showbiz” on UTV, disclosed that Samini played a key role in becoming what he is today.

He noted that Samini groomed and showed him the way by giving him many opportunities to shine. He also mentioned the likes of Abeiku Santana as the major stakeholders of his music career when he first started recording music.

Stonebwoy hinted that the music industry is a tensed and serious one which is why he restructured some styles in the industry such that some individuals handle things in and out of Ghana in order to allow a gradual growth in the industry.

He added that many artists suffer in the industry but due to their egos, they are not able to say it out.

“Many artists suffer if you’re to mention top 5 artists in Ghana there is none to say they’re the management,” he said.

However, speaking of his relationship with Shatta Wale, he revealed that they have a good brotherly relationship where they both correct each other almost all the time when the need arises.

When I see something wrong in what he does, I correct him and he does the same when he sees something wrong in what I do”  stonebwoy noted.

Stonebwoy thanked all Ghanaians for showing high support in his recently released album “Anloga Junction” and urged the public to keep supporting his brand.

Meanwhile, the Bhim Foundation an initiative by Stonebwoy is organizing a workshop to train people in various skills across the country the months to come.

According to Stonebwoy, the initiative is to help bridge the gap of the high unemployment rate among the youth in the country. He noted that applications have currently been opened and people can get access to detailed information on his social media pages.

By Fuseina Issaka & Amos Ekow Coffie | Entertainment Desk |

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