Stonebwoy, recognized as the “Best Reggae/Dancehall Artiste” at the 24th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs), recently shed light on his absence of collaboration with rising star Black Sherif. During an interview with Amansan Krakye on Property FM in Cape Coast, the acclaimed “More of You” hitmaker clarified that the lack of collaboration did not indicate any underlying tensions or animosity between them.
Addressing the question of why Black Sherif did not feature on his “5th Dimension” album, Stonebwoy explained, “If you say that why didn’t I feature Black Sherif on my 5th Dimension album, it might seem that there’s an issue between us, but there are no issues at all. There are many more musicians in Ghana that I haven’t collaborated with, and while there are names you can mention, there’s no problem between us.”
Stonebwoy emphasized that the absence of a collaboration thus far should not be misinterpreted as a cause for concern or speculation. He stated, “If we haven’t done a song yet, it doesn’t mean there’s any wahala, but it will definitely happen. We shouldn’t perceive it as something that should have already occurred, and because it hasn’t, assume there’s an issue. We shouldn’t read meanings into it.”
Furthermore, Stonebwoy expressed his enthusiasm for future musical endeavors with Black Sherif and other talented artists, highlighting their potential collaborations. He remarked, “By God’s grace, we have many years ahead of us, and we pray that better things will come. We look forward to collaborating with Black Sherif and many other artists as well.”
Stonebwoy’s comments aim to dispel any speculation or misunderstandings regarding his relationship with Black Sherif and his intentions for future collaborations. As a celebrated figure in the reggae/dancehall genre, Stonebwoy’s openness about his willingness to work with Black Sherif reinforces the spirit of camaraderie and artistic growth within the Ghanaian music industry.
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