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stone b n grampsHaving a time of his life, Livingstone Etse Satekla simply called Stonebwoy made some time off his schedule to speak to Amanda Jissih about his experience with the Morgan Heritage family on tour.
Making a conscious effort to be grounded, the ‘Baafira’ hitmaker acknowledged that elders have paved the way for himself and his peers to shine at this time mentioning Black Prophet, Osibisa and Kojo Antwi as some of the pioneers.
He however called for the government to identify the role creative people such as musicians and
actors play in enhancing the image of the country leading to tourist revenues adding that it would be nice to have government pamper them by pumping money into the industry and facilitating their travels as the Black Stars enjoy.
“Aside the president and other ministers, Ghanaians listen to musicians a great deal even influencing them to accept certain policies or not hence we need much recognition” the rising star noted.
“It’s only God who made it possible for Morgan Heritage to decide to include me in the last leg of their tour” stressing that “something is cooking with the family and shall soon be served.”
According to the ‘Shekenah’ man, after the show in Amsterdam, the team heads to Utrecht, then to Belgium, Hamburg and then to Switzerland before he returns to Ghana to honour certain appointments.
Asked if the Morgan band listened to Ghanaian music much, the ‘Bhim Nation’ leader explained they love to listen to top reggae/dancehall tunes and with his Twi and Ewe fusion, it sounds new to them and might perhaps explain why they choose him to be on the tour.
The ‘Go Higher’ man underscored the importance of music when he stated that “footballers need us the musicians to liven up occasions.”
The Black Entertainment Television (BET) Award winner, AFRIMMA Award recipient, Ghana Music Award holder surely is going higher as his song asserts and we at www.blakkpepper.com can only wish him the very best.
Source: michael eli dokosi/blakkpepper.com

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