Stonebwoy
Stonebwoy

The Ghanaian Afro Dancehall musician, Stonebwoy has aired his view on the measures he thinks can be taken to win a Grammy Award.

In an interview with Joy News monitored by nanansem.com, the ‘Tomorrow’ hitmaker stated that if Ghanaian musicians really want to win a Grammy award he thinks they should learn from the other African artistes who have won some.

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“Everybody is capable of winning such prestigious awards. Everybody. Every musician. Any musician. Once you put in the work and implement all the things that are necessary, there’s a possibility,” he said.

According to Stonebwoy, every artiste is putting in their best to win the next International Awards.

“You know that Africa is big, and the category where Burna Boy won was just created two years ago if I’m not lying, where Angelique Kidjo won the first one and the second one. So, this tells you that it is a new category where an opportunity has come now for the whole of Africa. Not only Ghana and Nigeria but the whole of Africa,” he said.

Stonebwoy then indicated that, the glory of one African country is the glory of all and that Nigeria is “holding it down for us and we must follow suit.”

“I personally appreciate the support of the industry but as the saying goes there’s more room for improvement,” he added.

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