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Adebayor stars in Stonebwoy’s energetic visuals for Putuu Freestyle [WATCH]

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Renowned Ghanaian reggae/ragga & dance-hall artiste Stonebwoy has shared a vibrant music to the most blown freestyle, “Putuu” starring Former Real Madrid skipper, Sheyi Emmanuel Adebayor. Directed by one of the heads of music video production Yaw Skyface, the energetic but colorful short film integrating the afrobeats jam with imageries was shot in Togo, and Adebayor’s residence.

In the visually arresting new clip, Stonebwoy is seen in a myriad of locations, moving from outdoor nature scenes where he appears adorned in Bhim Merchandise in a hall, to the streets of Togo. It also features scenes of dancers from around the world interwoven throughout the clip. There are shots of him performing with Adebayor at his residence, and shots of them riding an all-terrain vehicle (ATV), also known as a quad (cycle).

Serving as an acronym for “Pray Until The Unusual Unravels”, Stonebwoy’s viral freestyle tune, P.U.T.U.U is currently pulling crazy numbers on various major digital stores. After garnering a million streams on Audiomack music app, the Streetbeatz produced jam has become the fastest Ghanaian song with its audio slide amassing a whopping 1 million organic streams on YouTube within a month.

He sang in a stable natural language that develops from the simplifying and mixing of different languages, including the his native lingo, Ewe, into a new one within a fairly brief period of time: often, a pidgin evolved into a full-fledged language. Though this tune is a party leaning jam, its primitive message is “PRAYER” as the hook says “pray (x6), e go better”.

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Stonebwoy celebrates women in the visual representation of “Ever Lasting” [WATCH]

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Stonebwoy – Ghana’s shining Black Star has for years been consistent with his music and international growth, making beautiful music with some of the world’s leading A-list musicians of our time. His latest 5-star project “Anloga Junction” is a complete body-of-work set apart by its intentionality with regards to features, music structuring and song compositions.

In a bid of celebrating the successes chalked so far in the last six months since the project was made available for public’s consumption, and a mechanism arrayed to intensify its promotion, the Chief Executive Officer of Burniton Music Group (BMG) has premiered the official visual interpretation of one of the bangers on the album, “Ever Lasting”.

The energetic black & white visuals feature the family, including the wife, Dr. Louisa Satekla and daughter, Catherine Jidula (CJ) and son, Livingstone Jnr. The audio is a party vibe mixed with the African spice to make every listener want put on their dancing shoes. The construction of the chorus is superbly crafted as he mixes his tribal language with English and how it blends together to make a perfect sound. The beautiful piece celebrates, adore and acknowledge the strength of women.

Watch video – https://youtu.be/AvVIkiPAwtI

Over the last 3 three years, CJ. has grown to become the public’s favorite young “celebrity”. With a monumental social media presence of about 70,000 followers on Instagram at just 3, the first child of the Ghanaian born reggae & dance-hall musician is the brand ambassador of The Kid Cart – a shopping centre where kids clothing, learning and educational resources can be bought at an affordable price.

She’s on her own path. CJ. is often seen showing off her dancing moves or posing for the camera before her dance lessons. It doesn’t stop there, she also loves doing crafts, learning and making her own renditions of his father’s songs. With her obvious keen interest in creative arts, it is of high possibility she will “wear her father’s shoe”.

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Stonebwoy adds a gleaming verse on Wauve’s Afrobeats inspired jam – “Pamela” [WATCH VIDEO]

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Tomorrow, October 23, North London producer and artist Wauve, aka Robeal Yohannes, will release his debut EP Shade. Although he describes himself as a producer first and a singer a distant second, if the EP’s new single “Pamela”, which features Afrobeats stars ZieZie and Stonebwoy is anything to go by, we can’t help but feel like he’s being a bit hard on himself. Stream song here: https://wauve.lnk.to/ShadeEPIN

Having found a deeper connection to his Eritrean roots as he’s grown up, Wauve’s music is leaning more and more into that East African influence, taking pentatonic scales and homegrown rhythms and blending them into the traditionally West African Afrobeats sound. Add to that a touch of the R&B and trap that first inspired him to make music and the result is light and breezy sound that takes Afrobeats into new territories that should probably be explored a bit more.

Hit play at the top to see Wauve, ZieZie and Stonebwoy cut loose in the barbers while they try to catch the attention of the titular heroine.

“Pamela” premiered earlier on www.complex.com

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MORE OF YOU/ Emeli Sandé Releases An Infectious Musical Collaboration With Stonebwoy [WATCH VIDEO]

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Multiple BRIT Award winner Emeli Sandé today releases new song More of You – an infectious and unique musical collaboration with Ghanaian recording artiste Stonebwoy and British producer/songwriter Nana Rogues. Stream audio here: https://slinky.to/MoreOfYou

Released on new Mancunian record label Sengge Zangbo, the irresistible track plays out as a timeless ode to love, superbly capturing the sacred moment of falling head over heels for someone you’ve waited your whole life to meet.

Written by Sandé following an inspired meeting with Nana Rogues whilst out in LA, the songs heavenly melodies, captivating energy and glorious influence of new wave, afro soul fuse together to create an uplifting anthem that the whole world so desperately needs to hear.

“I was falling in love…” Emeli says candidly when explaining the origins and sentiment behind the track. “And I wanted to sum up the feeling that creeps up on you and catches you by surprise.”

“First the feelings are subtle, a strange sensation of missing someone you consider a friend which starts to build. In this song I wanted to capture the crossover moment when you realise the subtle feelings you once perhaps denied have now been realised into something undeniable you want to shout from the rooftops. You can’t get enough, you can’t share their love and want the whole world to know how beautiful they are to you.”

“’More of You’ is a big record!” Stonebwoy adds. “It’s been amazing connecting with the legendary Emeli, via my brother Nana Rogues… this is a great cultural moment with three super-sonic creatives on one masterpiece.”

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