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StoneBwoy – We Bad (Don 45)

March 09, 2018 at 11:29
StoneBwoy - We Bad (Don 45)

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Stonebwoy is the stage name of Livingstone Etse Satekla, a Ghanaian afropop, dancehall and reggae artiste. He is the CEO of Burniton Music Group. In 2015, he won Best International Act: Africa at the 2015 BET Awards and Artist of the Year at the 2015 Ghana Music Awards.[2] He is perceived as one of the main Reggae and Dancehall specialists in Ghana.

Satekla was conceived in Ashaiman in the Greater Accra area of Ghana and started making music in his initial school days. He learned at Methodist Day Secondary School that year with rapper Sarkodie where he picked up his High School Certificate. He proceeded with his tertiary instruction at University of Professional Studies to procure a degree in Marketing in 2013.

He started executing as Stonebwoy since secondary school as an underground rapper. With inspiration from his family, he showed up on a prevalent rap rivalry “Kasahare Level” on Adom FM (an Accra based radio station) which included Sarkodie, Dr Cryme and so forth, where thumped out a few different rappers picking up himself underground fame. It was through these rap fights and his style of music which got the attention of Samini to sign him to his “Samini Music” record name.

Under “Samini Music”, Stonebwoy recorded his first hit single “Peak” including Samini and thusly “Ghetto Love” highlighting Irene Logan. The two tunes earned him designations at the Ghana Music Awards. After this presentation, he discharged his introduction collection “Review 1 Album”. The collection contains seventeen tracks which highlighted noticeable Ghanaian craftsmen including Tinny and Edem beside those specified previously. The arrival of the introduction collection made the Stonebwoy mark a commonly recognized name in the music business.

In 2014, Satekla discharged his second collection, called the Necessary Evil. It comprises of twenty-nine tracks, including the acclaimed Baafira track that highlighted Sarkodie (rapper). The collection was the beneficiary of three Ghana Music Awards from six selections.

Discharged on December, 2017; the Epistles of Mama was committed to Satekla’s late mother by name Mrs Catherine Lucy Aku Ametepi Satekla. The 29 track collection highlights Sean Paul, King Promise, Burna Boy.

Stonebwoy regularly ragga in Jamaican Patois (Patwa or Patwah), and is viewed as a “multifaceted rapper” because of the different melodic styles he have. In 2015, he got numerous honors and selections running from “Craftsman of the Year” to “Collection of the Year”. His sophomore collection, Necessary Evil, was the beneficiary of 3 Ghana Music Awards from 6 selections.

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