Stonebwoy upon arrival at the Kotoka International Airport says he is ready and willing to do joints with Tamale artistes.
“There are very talented artistes in the North. Fancy Gadam is one of the big rising acts in Tamale now and there are other good ones too. You know what I’m gonna do? It’s is good to do single, single songs with respective artistes, but this is what I’m gonna do. I have a plan of doing a record feature 2, 3 or more artistes on one record. It’s going to be one solid song with everybody throwing in their best on it, and that’s what I will do,” Stonebwoy explained.
Stonebwoy on the aftermath of his Mum’s death:
“They say if it doesn’t break you, it makes you. I was supposed to get broken by the fact that I lost my mother, but I’m also using that as a milestone, an energy booster to reach for higher heights because that has always been her wish – to see me climb higher in whatever I do, so I go all out. We are going all out with more energy,” he added.
Stonebwoy safely touched down in Ghana on the eve of Thursday, August 25 after a successful 3-streth concerts in 3 big cities in Australia (Perth, Melbourne, Sydney) – second part of his #GoHigherTour – he began the tour from USA in March 2016. He was met with a huge crowd of BhimNation fans at the airport.
Meanwhile, Stonebwoy is set to release a new single titled “Problem” this September, together with an official video he shot in Australia while on tour.