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I Go Where My Music Goes – Stonebwoy

Ghanaian dancehall/reggae artiste, Stonebwoy, who is arguably one of the very best and successful musicians in the Ghana Music Industry, has lifted the lid on what he does that separates him from his colleagues and what he feels they must adopt to enjoy the success he enjoys.

According to the artiste, it is very important for artistes to make physical appearances via musical tours and concerts in countries where their songs are promoted and played to increase global outreach and sustainability.

He was speaking in an interview on TV3’s showbiz360 programme with Giovanni Caleb, and stressed how important it is for artistes to perform on international stages to grow and sustain their careers

“It’s actually very important to follow where our music goes. Everything takes time, and everything is time. And time is the master. So if you don’t strike whilst the iron is hot, you might lose some.”

Stonebwoy also hyped up the talent in the entertainment industry, pointing out that despite the numerous challenges they have had to contend with their talents still shine through for all to see

“To be honest, we as Ghanaian artistes are really talented. But there’s more room for improvement for all of us, and it takes a lot of hard work.

“Big respect for all of my Ghanaian brothers, Ghanaian actors, actresses and the creative industry. I understand the kind of work we put in. So I went in there to put in work again, so that it will all reflect in the industry like it’s supposed to be,” Stonebwoy concluded.

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