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Rich people don’t even give like the average people – Stonebwoy(video)



Stonebwoy, a Ghanaian Raggae-Dancehall and Afro-beat singer, has talked up about something that has been bothering him for a while about how people are faking their lifestyles or boast about things they don’t have all for the sake of temporal fame.

According to Stonebwoy, we live in a world where no one can determine whether or not genuine love exists because individuals are so arrogant that they will go to any length to establish a point, no matter how horrible it impacts those around them.

“We living in a world right now where love is not really real in a sense that, everyone is looking out for themselves to the extent that they don’t give a f**k what they do to others to get to where they gotta be at.

“Yeah it’s like you have to grow to experience it. When I was a kid, you wouldn’t really know all these things by hand–you’d have to grow to experience that,” he said.

People, according to the “Go Higher” hitmaker, talk big and brag about things they can’t even buy, let alone own. According to the head of Burnington Music, those who have it do not help as much as those who have not. It could also be because the less fortunate understand what it’s like to be without it.

“Sometimes they talk about money but they are not rich like that–because you wonder, the richest of the richest cannot even give like those who don’t have it — those who don’t have it are able to give you free than those who have it take it more,” he concluded.

The BET award winner has called out the phony and fraudulent people in Ghana’s music industry, and he does not appear pleased. According to him, he knows a lot of people who are only pretending to live their lives in order to put their colleagues down since they are competing with one other.

He said, “Bringing it back to the point where– in the industry, I see a lot of people lying about things that they don’t even have bro–and they are capping, they are just trying make someone else’s progress feel shattered down — like incomplete whiles they still lie about that sh*t

“Those who have stuff, they don’t say nothing or they say the least. But looking back from where I come from, I wonder how I made it from the streets of Ashiaman to top tier festivals in the world as a Dancehall-Raggae artiste and Afro-beat artiste. I’ve lived a legacy that my generation would be proud of and also for the younger ones to learn and pick inspiration from.”

He ended by saying, “F*ck all these fake things going on in the industry–there’s so much competition.

“You see a lot of people gather up with the same interest because they hate you differently — so, they formed that friendship like they dislike you but that friendship is gonna fall.”

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Stonebwoy and Camidoh Top Spotify’s Best Ghanaian Albums of 2023



Spotify recently released its annual Wrapped lists, curating the top music, artists, albums, and podcasts as streamed by users over the past year. For Ghanaian albums in particular, dancehall/reggae star Stonebwoy and rising hip-hop talent Camidoh took the top spots.

Claiming the #1 album of the year, according to Spotify’s Ghanaian users, is Stonebwoy’s “5th Dimension.” The 15-track album showcases Stonewboy’s versatility across different sounds and styles. Upbeat tracks like “Gidigba” fuse Afrobeats and dancehall fusion, while songs like “Ever Lasting” deliver more mellow, emotional vibes. This album builds on the success of 2020’s Grammy-nominated “Anloga Junction” and proves why Stonebwoy remains a pillar of Ghanaian music.

Following closely behind at the #2 album is Camidoh’s new “Love Is The Answer” EP. With an infectious blend of highlife, Afro-soul, and hiplife influences, this 6-track project has clearly resonated with Spotify listeners. It offers songs tackling relatable topics like unhealthy relationships and the quest for true love. Since first bursting onto the scene a few years ago, young artist Camidoh continues demonstrating exceptional skill crafting irresistible tunes.

It’s great to see both established and up-and-coming Ghanaian talents featured so prominently on Spotify’s Wrapped lists. Both Stonebwoy and Camidoh had huge years, bolstered by the warm reception to “5th Dimension” and “Love Is The Answer” respectively. Their music is not only connecting locally but, through Spotify’s global platform, now reaching more international audiences. We likely haven’t heard the last from these remarkable artists and anticipate more breakout music ahead in 2024.

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Kuami Eugene is a liar and a Jon Boy – Mr Drew attacks



Kuami Eugene, a signee with Lynx Entertainment, revealed in an interview with Berla Mundi that he had “bullied” musician Mr Drew into paying him profits owed from the hit song “Case,” which Eugene claimed to have written. Eugene stated that after attempting amicable methods to obtain his share of the song’s earnings, he ultimately needed to retain legal counsel to compel Mr. Drew to “act morally.”

When pressed by Berla on why he resorted to legal action against someone he considered a friend and collaborative partner but did not do the same with musical group Keche, who he alleged also failed to pay him for writing their song “No Dulling,” Eugene explained that he refrained from taking legal action against Keche out of respect for them as veterans in the music industry. He did not wish to dishonor them despite feeling wronged.

Mr Drew chanced upon Eugene’s interview comments and responded by denouncing him as a liar via social media post. Drew wrote, “Aside from the fact that he’s a liar, who made him think being younger than someone is a flex? Jon boy.” This post clearly refers to Eugene seemingly touting his younger age relative to older musicians as some kind of praiseworthy attribute or advantage.

The post also makes reference to including video of the interview and Mr Drew’s reactionary response. Their dispute apparently stems from disagreements over songwriting credits and subsequent royalty payments.

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The Jesus Experience, A Night of Breakthrough at Minister Felicia’s Gospel Concert set for 1st December, 2023



All gospel music sympathizers must Get ready for a powerful night of ministry, music, and miracles as Bawku based gospel artist Minister Felicia of Feli Ministries hosts a major gospel concert in Zebilla on December 1st. The concert promises to be the biggest gospel event Zebilla has ever seen.

This talented gospel songstress has released hit after hit, blessing listeners across Ghana with her gift. Now she prepares to bless Zebilla as the headlining act for this very special concert.

Joining Minister Felicia on stage will be a star-studded lineup of Ghana’s top gospel talent:

– Minister Seth Praise
– Minister Edwina
– Reverend Philip Azumah
– Prophet David Rauf

The concert will create an electrifying atmosphere of praise and worship at the Hotel Amazin venue. The theme “Beauty to Ashes from Isaiah 61:3” promises a night where God will truly exchange our ashes for His beauty. Lives will be revived. Bodies will be healed. Destinies will be restored.

Bring your family and friends and prepare your heart to receive everything God has in store. It’s more than a concert – it’s a night for miracles where broken dreams will come to life again. Simply come with faith, ready to receive the breakthrough God has for you.

This is one gospel event in Zebilla that you absolutely do not want to miss! It all goes down December 1st at 7 PM sharp. See you there!

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