Shatta Wale supports Stonebwoy after the release of his Anloga Junction album

Shatta Wale supports Stonebwoy after the release of his Anloga Junction album

- Shatta Wale has shown massive support for Stonebwoy's newly-released Anloga Junction album

- In a new post, Shatta Wale has urged his fans to grab copies of his 'brother's' album

- Stonebwoy released the album on Thursday, April 24, 2020, and it is already been classified as a hit

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Dancehall superstar Shatta Wale, known in private life as Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, has shown massive support for his colleague Stonebwoy, born Livingstone Etse Satekla, on the release of his new album titled Anloga Junction.

Stonebwoy released the much-anticipated album named after his hometown on Thursday, April 23, 2020.

The 15-track album which features international artistes like America's Keri Hilson, Nigeria's Zlatan, South Africa's Nasty C, Tanzania's Diamond Platinumz, and Jamaica's Alicai Harley, among others, has already been pencilled as a masterstroke.

Reacting to the release of Stonebwoy's album for the first time, Shatta Wale has shared the cover art of the album on his social media pages.

Sharing the photo, Shatta Wale urged his fans to go and grab copies of the Anloga Junction album.

Shatta Wale who described Stonebwoy as his blood brother also congratulated him on the released of the new album.

"Grab a copy now !!!! Big up to my own blood brother Bhim president @stonebwoyb #anlogajunction , " Shatta wrote.

Shatta Wale's show of support for Stonebwoy has earned massive praised from his followers on social media.

As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, Anloga Junction happens to be Stonebwoy's fourth studio album.

Ahead of the release, Stonebwoy held a virtual listening session on April 23, 2020, which was broadcast live on Joy Prime and Hitz FM.

The album listening dubbed 'Road to Anloga Junction', happened in a 2-hour live telecast from 4 pm to 6 pm and gave Stonebwoy the opportunity to give his fans a taste of the songs on the album.

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