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Stonebwoy Is Very Intelligent: I Love His Music – Rev. Anaba


Zylofon Signee Artist, Livingstone Etse Satekla, popularly known as Stonebwoy has been endorsed by the Founder and General Overseer of Eastwood Anaba Ministries as one of the most talented musicians in Ghana.

Rev. Eastwood Anaba in a viral video sighted by which is believed to be from one of his church services is seen describing the BHIM Nation president as an intelligent musician.

According to the renowed Minister of God, he listens to songs of Stonebwoy. To him, songs from the ‘Tomorrow’ hitmaker carry good lyrical content which tells that there are still intelligent young people in country.

“How many of you have heard the name Stonebwoy…I listen to Stonebwoy… I called my daughter and told her to get me the number of that young man. I want to call him. I want to call him and tell him, he’s a very intelligent man.

”Because, I listened to the man and it was almost as if I was listening to a Professor from the University at that young age. So I told myself, there are intelligent people like this in Ghana, blessed people like this in Ghana… God has given them gifts and skills”, Anaba said.

According to him, Stonebwoy’s talent is a manifestation of how God has blessed Ghana with intelligent people.

Stonenbwoy who took the title of Best International Act: Africa at the BET Awards in 2015. In addition to being the CEO of Burniton Music Group, he’s gained a reputation as one of the top dancehall artists in Ghana. He was named the 2015 Artiste of the Year at the Ghana Music Awards as a result.

He began his underground rap back in high school where he could compete. Through the support of his family, he joined Kasahare Level known as the best rap battle competition. This is where he met Samini, who later signed Stonebwoy in Samini Music Label as his original label. He has marked his terrain from the most known gifted artists with the two hit albums Grade #1 and Necessary Evil.

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