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Ever wondered what Stonebwoy carries around in his bag? Watch This!

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Ever wondered what artistes actually carry around in their bag? Well, featured on the latest episode of the BBC This Is Africa’s “What Is My Bag?” session, Ghana’s best loved reggae/dancehall artiste @stonebwoyb, delved into his bag and talks to us about his musical upbringing that initiated his love for reggae music, how important his family is to him, and the major benefits of salt! And he however revealed other surprises within.

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Stonebwoy reveals plans of establishing an ultra-modern recording studio [WATCH]

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On Thursday’s episode of Good Evening Ghana (GEG) on Metro TV with celebrated broadcaster, Paul Adom Okyere, the Ghanaian reggae/ragga & dancehall juggernaut spills the all the juice on his yet to be released collaborative work with one of Africa’s music giant, Davido, and his take on Ghana politics. Stonebwoy however revealed his intentions of buidling a personal but open to creatives specialized ultramodern facility for sound recording, mixing, and audio production of instrumental or vocal musical performances, spoken words, and other sounds; recording studio.

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[WATCH] Stonebwoy shares a documentary on the making of “Le Gba Gbe” music video

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A documentary exploring the making of Stonebwoy’s motivation and spiritually-inspired tune “Le Gba Gbe” – lead single off his recently released fourth studio album, Anloga Junction – which is receiving critical acclaim and global recognition has been released via the official YouTube channel for the multiple award-winning Ghanaian performing and recording talent.

Filmed by Kay Studios, the teaser also depicts how Stonebwoy took a trip or journey to his roots – Anloga, Volta Region intermixed with choreography shots and scenes from the Director, Rex issuing commands on the next phase of activity of the music video which was shot on his “ancestral lands“ – Alakple.

And to bring out the actual African vibe that we love to hear and see from the Pan-African superstar, the documentary explained how each scene was accurately executed – from the make-ups, special effects, vixens apparel and other needed resources to film this wonderful project.

The official music video provides a perfect visual representation of the track’s theme of mental slavery – a state of mind that Stonebwoy breaks free from in order to live a fuller, happier life. Beginning with a massacre to symbolize the struggle and societal constraints people face, the visual alternates between shots of Stonebwoy fighting his demons and his eventual liberation. It ends with fruit falling from the trees and lighting a fire to illustrate “when all seems lost and gone, there is still hope”.

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Stonebwoy explains Ghanaian phrases on American Media network, BuzzFeed – [VIDEO]

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Ghanaian Pidgin English (GhaPE) is a variety of West African Pidgin English spoken in Ghana, predominantly in the southern towns and the capital, Accra. It is confined to a smaller section of society than other West African creoles, and is more stigmatized, perhaps due to the presence of Twi as the lingua franca of choice. In this episode with the UK office of BuzzFeed, celebrated Ghanaian Reggae/Ragga & Dance-hall star, Stonebwoy, explains some popular Ghanaian phrases.

Stream Anloga Junction album here; https://kv-online-talent.lnk.to/AJ20

BuzzFeed, Inc. is an American Internet media, news and entertainment company with a focus on digital media; it is based in New York City. BuzzFeed was founded in 2006 by Jonah Peretti and John S. Johnson III, to focus on tracking viral content. Kenneth Lerer, co-founder and chairman of The Huffington Post, started as a co-founder and investor in BuzzFeed and is now the executive chairman.

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