Friday witnessed the Ghanaian superstar (born Livingstone Etsey Satekla) thrill several thousands of music patrons gathered at the Yaam Gallery Berlin, Germany. Winner of several awards including VGMA Artist of the Year and BET Best International Act: Africa (both in 2015), Stonebwoy is CEO of the BMG imprint (home to budding singer Kevin Boy and OV), and is franchise act for ZYLOFON Music. His presence also set the whole Yaam Gallery Berlin awake, as music lovers sang and danced to his songs.
This year Europe shuga tour in Yaam Gallery Berlin witness a miracle of a young white lady healed of her injured leg during a Stonebwoy’s performance. In a video seen by xorlali.com, Stonebwoy was seen performing in front of an audience to a group, with a white woman additionally on the stage. She was said to have a leg issue and thought that it was hard to walk. Be that as it may, the power in Stonebwoy’s tune was sufficient to get her on her feet. She was seen noticeably moving and making excellent move moves while Stonebwoy performed. At a point, the performer hit the dance floor with her while playing out his Bawasaba melody.
The tour was a somewhat extraordinary offering to fans who have been anxiously foreseeing this occasion, as it gave fans the chance to encounter the Reggae/Dancehall and Afro-pop sensation without the regular crowds of fans at his shows. The occasion, in any case, did not baffle, with “Top Skanka” giving an electric exhibition that came in three overlaps, The Live band Reggae session, Dancehall session, and the Afro-Beats session, living unerasable recollections on the brains of the fans.
With his jolting and vigorous performance, Stonebwoy has pulled in a huge fan base over the world, having arranged exhibitions in UK, USA, Australia, Italy, Amsterdam, and a lot more nations and offering stage to acts, for example, Lauryn Hill, Alkaline, Busy Signal, Popcaan, Morgan Heritage and Wizkid.
Champ of a few honors, including VGMA artiste of the year and BET Best International Act: Africa (both in 2015), Stonebwoy highlighted on Morgan Heritage’s ‘Avrakadabra’, which was selected for best reggae collection in the 2018 Grammy Awards.
Stonebwoy as of late marked an arrangement with Samsung Ghana, making him the third Ghanaian artist to sign an arrangement with the Samsung brand after Sarkodie and D-Cryme.