Ghanaian reggae dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy known in real life as Livingstone Etse Satekla, has responded to claims by Tic that he and two other artistes have hijacked the music industry.
According to the 'Kpoo Keke' hitmaker, the ruling days of Tic who has passed.
He noted that there were times when Tic, formerly known as Tic Tac, Tinny and other artiste made waves but now it is time for the new artistes to reign.
Stonebwoy literally told Tic that he should step aside since the time of their reign has passed.
In the interview that Stonebwoy granted Accra based radio station, Hitz FM, the award winning artiste explained how music deals with times and seasons.
He explained that no musician can reign forever.
“Once upon a time Tic Tac [now called Tic], Tinny and some other artiste were ruling the music scene. They were hotter when some of us were not,” he said.
"It is like a ritual where Ghanaians in every 5-10 years change their taste and clinch to some particular artistes," he added.
You may want to skip to 34: 45 of the video to hear Stonebwoy's responds to Tic's issue.
Stonebwoy's comments follow an earlier report involving Tic Tac who claimed that Ghanaian music lovers are giving all the attention to only three musicians.
Tic mentioned Stonebwoy, Sarkodie and Shatta as the only artistes receiving all the attention from Ghanaians.
Tic who shared his opinion as if the three artistes have intentionally hijacked the industry was slammed by Ghanaians.
Tic's comment has been trending for a while, a reason the host asked Stonebwoy his response to Tic's opinion.
Stonebwoy was in the studios of Hitz FM to promote his upcoming event slated for March 5, 2019 at the Labadi Beach Hotel.
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