Anthony Moses Davis, better known as Beenie Man, a Jamaican dancehall crooner, has implied that Ghana’s Livingstone Este Satekla, better known as Stonebwoy, is a musical genius because his exploits in the music industry extend beyond the borders of Ghana.
During an interview on Prime Morning ahead of the 2021 Bhim Concert, he revealed his submissions. Beenie Man praised Stonebwoy’s musical accomplishments and impact, claiming that he is one of the few artists who successfully sell Ghana on the international market through his music. [inline_related_posts title=”You Might Be Interested In” title_align=”left” style=”list” number=”1″ align=”none” ids=”” by=”categories” orderby=”rand” order=”DESC” hide_thumb=”no” thumb_right=”no” views=”no” date=”yes” grid_columns=”2″ post_type=”” tax=””]
“In terms of music, Stonebwoy is a genius, and I admire him for it.” He’s an artist who has always put himself in a position where people can say, ‘Yeah, this is Ghana,’” he explained.
This comes after Beenie Man declared the Bhim Nation President the “Prince of Dancehall” during an interview on Okay FM.
In other news, Stonebwoy and Jamaican dancehall maestro Beenie Man were greeted warmly by the streets as they stormed Ashaiman ahead of his #BhimConcert.
Following the cancellation of last year’s edition due to an outbreak of the deadly coronavirus, Stonebwoy has announced that the #BhimConcert will return on Tuesday, December 21st, 2021.
Stonebwoy stated in an interview with Graphic Showbiz while welcoming Beenie Man, who was scheduled to perform at the concert, at the airport that the fifth edition of his #BhimConcert will be unforgettable.