-Stonebwoy appears to be in another country working on his career
-He was not present at the unveiling of his 'arch-rival' Shatta Wale
Dancehall artiste, Livingstone Etse Satekla popularly known as Stonebwoy’s absence from the historic signing of his supposed arch-rival, Shatta Wale, was as a result of his works outside the country.
The “Come From Far” hitmaker appears to be out of the country making money moves with his career.
In a latest video sighted by YEN.COM.GH on the Instagram handle of the musician, he was hanging out with iconic dancehall living legend, Sean Paul.
The Zylofon Media signee is believed to be recording some songs in Jamaica, including one he features Kabaka in “Borders” which was produced by Damian Marley.
Stonebwoy, in another video posted on his social media page, was seen receiving high praise fro m Sean Paul at an event.
He took the opportunity to say a few words and acknowledged the contribution Jamaica had had on his career as a dancehall artiste from Ghana.
There is no iota of doubt that the CEO of BHIM Nation is happy that his fellow dancehall artiste has joined him at Zylofon Media.
Shatta Wale made headlines in the media yesterday, January 31, as he put pen to paper at the East Legon office of Zylofon Media.
The self-proclaimed king of dancehall in Ghana will be with the entertainment giants for the next three years.
It is yet to be known how the two multiple award-winning artistes would relate to each other and what they have in store for their teeming fans.
Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy have been perceived in the media as arch rivals in the dancehall music genre in Ghana.
Their rivalry has been so highly patronized that both artistes have ended up giving each other nicknames.
Shatta Wale, born Charles Nii Armah Mensah, refers to Stonebwoy as “Sergeant Lee” and Stonebwoy in turn calls Shatta Wale, “Corporal Nii.”
The two award-winning artistes however, made headlines in Ghana and on social media when they shared the same stage in one performance at Stonebwoy’s “Ashiaman to the World” concert last year.
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