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PUTUU freestyle pulling crazy numbers; audio hits 1M streams on YouTube

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

With the official video yet to be premiered, Stonebwoy switched style as he served music consumers with this fast-tempo banger for their listening pleasure. By popular request, he dropped this surprise freestyle titled ‘Putuu’(Pray) – an afrobeats jam where he inspires listeners and urges them to pray often to keep them winning.

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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“Take responsibilty of casualties you cause” – Stonebwoy charges the Police service

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Recounting a heart-breaking incident that happened to him years back via on his official twitter page today, reggae/ragga & dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy, has charged the Ghana Police Service which is the main law enforcement agency of Ghana to assume the role of taking full responsibility of casualties they caused in discharge of their assignment.

“.as if I’ve forgotten that it’s One police Jeep that ran into Us And Fxxkd My Knee Up.. mans been living with implants From age 14. The Police Force never took responsibility. You Need To Compensate The Lives Lost And The Bodies You Disabled. Share ur story #EndPoliceBrutality.” He tweeted

His demand comes at the back of widespread protests against Nigeria’s police which turned violent as demonstrators were attacked by police in the streets of several cities. More than 10,000 demonstrators flocked to the streets of Nigeria’s largest city to join mounting protests against police brutality. Protesters clogged roads, bringing the centre of Lagos, the usually traffic-filled economic hub, to a standstill.

Many brandished the green-and-white Nigerian flag as they filled a major stretch of highway in the city of 20 million people.

Anger over abuses by the police’s notorious special anti-robbery squad (Sars) erupted into widespread demonstrations last week, forcing the government to scrap the unit. The crowds have continued to grow despite the announcement of a string of reforms from the rattled authorities. At least 10 people have died and dozens injured in the demonstrations, which have been met with force by police units.

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TECNO launches CAMON 16 Series; officially unveils Stonebwoy as Brand Ambassador

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TECNO, the global premium smartphone brand that has a track record of introducing innovative products with premium features in the mid-budget segment, on Friday October 9, launched the TECNO CAMON 16 series, an event which came paired with unveiling Africa’s most revered reggae & dancehall artiste with international presence and reputation, Stonebwoy, as the official brand ambassador of the mobile phone firm.

On September 10, the Ghana office of the Chinese mobile phone company based in Shenzhen signed the multiple award-winning musician who has excellent communication, networking skills, and a strong presence on social media to be the face of the fast selling mobile phone brand. He officially became the newest addition to the Tecno family after the premiere of the device’s model held at the Movenpick Hotel with an audience of over 100 stakeholders.

The Camon 16 Series is available for sale. A 30-seconds length video shared by the company officials and features their brand ambassador Stonebwoy, reveals the first looks and some key specifications about Camon 16 Premier. All phones in this series have a quad rear back camera and dual selfie camera. But we got some authentic information only about the Camon 16 Premier as this phone has already available for sale.

The Camon 16 Premier is powered by Helio G90T Chipset paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage support. This phone is introduced with a good battery life of 4,500 mAh which is supported by 33W of fast charging. The Camon 16 Premier sports a 6.9″ Full HD LCD display with a refresh rate of 90Hz. The phone has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, under the power key.

This handset has a quad-rear back camera including a 64MP Sony IMX686 sensor as the primary shooter, an 8MP ultra-angle snapper, a 2MP sensor for night photos, and another 2MP lens for portrait pictures. On the front side, the phone has a pill-shaped punch-hole cut out for a dual selfie camera which includes- 48MP main snapper and an 8 MP ultra-wide sensor. The back-primary camera has the capacity to do eye focus.

The phone also has HIS Aerial-camera-level stabilization during video capture. The back-camera setup with a flash is aligned in a rectangular module on the backside of the phone.

Click on the link to pre-order – https://linktr.ee/TecnoMobileGh

See exclusive photos below;

Photo Credit: Kay Studios

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Stonebwoy takes a stand against SARS Brutality on Nigerians

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End Special Anti-Robbery Squad (END SARS) is a political campaign in Nigeria opposing the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, a unit of the Nigerian Police Force. The campaign started as a social media campaign using the hashtag #ENDSARS to demand for Nigeria’s government to scrap and end the deployment of Nigeria Police Force Special Anti-Robbery Squad, popularly known as SARS.

Livingstone Etse Satekla; a Ghanaian born Africa’s most revered reggae/ragga & dance-hall artiste with international presence and reputation has joined other Nigerian celebrities, including Wizkid, Davido, Burna Boy, Falz The Guy, Runtown, Olamide, others to call on the government to end police brutality as more evidence of illegal activities by Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) emerged over the weekend.

On Saturday, videos had surfaced on Twitter showing a witness who claimed a young man, who was commuting in the Ugheli town of Delta state, was gunned down by SARS officials. This had provoked public outcry against the police department, with the ‘EndSARS’ hashtag taking centre stage on social media platforms.

Besides arresting indiscriminately, oftentimes, SARS officers detain suspects for several weeks without arraigning them in court, which is against the 48 hours detainment period allowed and stipulated by the constitution, this Stonebwoy explained that, it is inhumane to subject humans to torture. He stated that, it is not a crime for the youths of and in Nigeria to use expensive electronic gadgets, drive expensive cars or wear designer clothings.

He posted on his Instagram story that;

“I Stand With My “Green-White-Green” citizens. #EndSarsNow #EndSarsBrutality”

SARS is one of the 14 units in the Force Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department which was established to detain, investigate and prosecute people involved in crimes like armed robbery, kidnapping and other forms of crimes.

In 2009, after several years of operations the squad grew in number and strength. Due to the surge of internet fraudsters and cultism in universities, SARS operatives infiltrated Nigerian universities, made several successful arrests but in the process harassed innocent youths. According to reports, “What SARS became was a national scourge that a witch-hunt machinery against Nigerian youth with dreadlocks, piercings, cars, expensive phones and risque means of expression.”

However, the Inspector-General of Police, M.A Adamu, has banned the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS) and othe Tactical Squads of the Force including the Special Tactical Squad, Intelligence Response Team (IRT), Anti-Cultism Squad operating at the Federal, Zonal, and Command levels from carrying out routine patrols and other conventional low-risk duties – stop and search duties, check points, mounting of roadblocks, traffic checks – with immediate effect.

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