For Stonebwoy, being interviewed for the American syndicated radio show The Breakfast Club is a significant accomplishment. He discusses his new songs, the influence of afro beats, being barred from the VGMAs, and other topics.
Stonebwoy said he was not there to Promote Anyone’s Brand on such a vast stage. When asked about the 2019 VGMA Brawl, he narrated everything without denoting Shatta Wale’s name.
.@stonebwoy getting interviewed by American syndicated radio show @breakfastclubam is a major win…..he talks about his new music, the power of afrobeats, being banned from the #VGMAs and more 🇬🇭 🇺🇸— Pulse Ghana (@PulseGhana) January 31, 2023
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The Nigerian music business is in front of Ghana’s on the global music scene, according to Ghanaian dancehall singer Stonebwoy.
Stonebwoy, who has close contact with Nigerian performers, explained the success of the country’s musicians in an interview with Breakfast Club Show in America. He credited their large population.
Stonebwoy asserted that Nigeria’s large population benefits the music business. The singer also said that performers from Nigeria are tenacious, combative, dynamic, and have a winning mentality. However, Stonebwoy emphasized that both nations inspire one another, which furthers each nation’s prosperity.
Stonebwoy also praised their local artists for giving it their all despite lacking Nigerians’ level of support and financial resources.
“Some of our performers only recently signed distribution agreements with Sony and Universal music. Our local musicians are working extremely hard, and with them, I think they’ll be able to compete with their Nigerian counterparts in the music business.” He declared.
“Interestingly, every one of their top listers finds inspiration in Ghana,” continued Stonebwoy. “Wizkid resides in Ghana, according to Burna, and Davido is like a brother who is always at his side. We can’t all be in the driver’s seat because we are all out there performing our unique duties.”
The well-known Dancehall/Reggae performer debuted on Tuesday’s episode of Power FM’s Breakfast Club broadcast in New York.
The celebrated artist spoke candidly about the development of the Afrobeat genre, its influence on Africa, and other musical subgenres that have yet to be discovered there.
The musician continued by discussing his career, a potentially fatal accident, his altercation with Shatta Wale, and other intriguing subjects.