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Stonebwoy Made Cover Of Bleu Magazine Volume 4 77 Issue

From the main stage of Afrochella to international airwaves, Stonebwoy represents Africa first, Ghana second, and Afro-Dancehall everywhere in between.

Mccall Kwadzo |

Stonebwoy is arguably one of the largest artists to emerge from Africa, holding it down for reggae/dancehall, afrobeat and afropop.

Bleu Magazine caught up with him during his UK tour, Anloga Junction, to discuss philanthropy, his musical legacy and his latest  single, “Greedy Men” highlighting socio-economic challenges, weak leadership, corruption, and child labor.

“There is a need to use my platform to speak to this subject matter instead of just sitting and complaining. Africa has been battling being ripped off from the rest of the world before I was born but the ripple effect is extremely damaging.”

He disclosed that if issues not taken care of, we might end up losing the planet and hurting the young generations.

“We will eventually lose our planet and we must stand up now to make it a point to change.”

Stonebwoy has been a in on the advocacy of not discriminating against Africans, and black people as whole-taking inspirations from African culture which he of course embed in his music, lifestyle and family living.

“My inspiration comes from all the genres that originate from Blackness; where the Afro stands for every and any African style of music so this leaves me with a wide range of sources to tap in from”.-he told Bleu Magazine

Speaking on his upcoming fifth studio album to Bleu Magazine, he said, he’s doing the best of himself, which is giving fans much more of Stonebwoy, that they deserved being it in music, personal lifestyle and on.

“Music is life to me and it means life to me. This time around fans are getting a more evolved and mature version of Stonebwoy. I take inspiration from every matter in life so this time around I am a better storyteller and can take them on the ride with me of my journey through my music.”

“Fatherhood has taught me a lot also.” Stonebwoy has stood his ground in balancing his career as a musician while achieving mainstream appeal and been a husband and a father.

Even familyhood, has taught him to be patience in life and working on his career.

“My family keeps me grounded and motivated, I’ve learned so much about patience and balance when it comes to creativity and my career.” — I take both really seriously.”

He advice, the upcoming creatives to always stay true to themselves, whenever fame steps in.

“fame is like a drug. Once you’re hooked on it you feel superhuman, so that’s where you have to stay true to yourself and don’t get too caught up in the industry.”

He added, they have to be humble enough to know that they can’t always steer the wheel. Musical fulfillment comes from so many people.

Complimented by a burning passion to keep challenging himself with new musical styles and global collaborations; it is clear Stone’s work ethic, drive and focus for his career will have him on our radar for a long time. – Bleu Magazine

“I want my name to be mentioned amongst the great artists that impact lives through their music. As a generation, we are witnessing the magnitude of African music and the growth of Africans globally. This must-have surely been the dream of our forefathers.”

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