Stonebwoy Gives Nigerian Artistes Their Flowers On The Breakfast Club

Ghanaian reggae/dancehall artist Stonebwoy explained why he believes Nigerian artists are leading the African music industry.

According to Stone Buwoy, who made his first appearance at America’s Breakfast Club, although it is generally accepted that the Ghanaian and Nigerian populations are factors, he attributed the persistence, aggressiveness and forward-thinking of Nigerian artists to major factors. believes in…their success.

“To be honest, I have been discussing this with my brothers in Nigeria. And it wasn’t the best for me.I respect my brothers for their tenacity, their aggressiveness and their way of thinking.Tha God of The Breakfast Club.

But while the Nigerians may be in the lead, the ‘Gidiba’ hitmaker said Ghanaian artists are also playing an individual role in the success of African music.

“And the beautiful thing is we’re all taking advantage of that because they’re our brothers. No matter how you want to draw the boundaries, we’re one person.” Yes, and ultimately it’s all of us. We’re doing our part and they’re doing theirs too.

Stonebwoy adds: Bana often says: Wizkid literally lives in Ghana and David is like a brother who stays with them 24/7. We all play our individual roles together, so we can’t all be front row. “

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