Former Shatta Movement (SM-Militant) member Joint 77 claims he’s prepared to collaborate with Stonebwoy, a dancehall and reggae singer. Stonebwoy appears to be more eager to assist budding artists in honing their craft.
Stonebwoy, in his own words, “gives new musicians an opportunity to hone their abilities.” This is something his former boss, Shatta Wale, the dancehall performer, did not accomplish.
On Accra100.5FM’s Nkran Kwanso, the artiste who separated from his old employer said this. Stonebwoy was eager to give young musicians a shot, which the artist appreciated.
“He informed me that he occasionally gets to go to performances in Ghana, but not usually,” Doctor Kay said. We accompanied him since he had to go. That was the source of our dissatisfaction.
When we went alone for an interview, we ran into Kelvyn Boy several times. We were continuously on the lookout for Shatta. Kelvyn Boy, on the other hand, was alone. Because people do good things when they do good things, I’d want to express my gratitude to Stonebwoy.