Respected Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy has stirred some social media controversy after releasing his much anticipated music video, ‘Tomorrow’ without any traits of the Zylofon Media logo.
The Bhim Nation President who made headlines recently after he announced his intention to leave his record label, Zylofon Media, released his new music video days ago.
However, some entertainment pundits and social media users who are following the activities of the musician are accusing him of not citing the Zylofon Media logo anywhere in the music video.
Many who have watched the new music video, featuring actress Lydia Forson, say the record label of Burniton Music Group, which belongs to the artiste was rather spotted in the video.
This new development has raised a lot of eyebrows among the artiste's fans as many are wondering about the sudden turn of events between Stonebwoy and Zylofon Media.
Some fans of the dancehall artiste argue that, since Stonebwoy is signed onto Zylofon Media, it is expected that the label’s logo should be featured in all his music videos.
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“All videos by Stonebwoy had Zylofon label on it ever since he joined the record signing company, but for his latest video, it doesn't have Zylofon logo,” an ardent fan of the artiste expressed.
Last month the 'Hero' hitmaker had some issues with the management of Zylofon Media, after the company signed onto the label his closest rival, Shatta Wale.
The Bhim Nation President in several media interviews threatened to end his two-year contract with Zylofon Media.
However, the media fracas between Stonebwoy and his record company was later resolved by Nana Appiah Mensah, the CEO of Zylofon Media.
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