- Keri Hilson says she will love to see a collaboration between Stonebwoy and Rihanna
- Keri Hilson made this known during an Instagram live video between Stonebwoy and herself to interact with their fans
- Keri Hilson was featured on Stonebwoy's 'Nominate' track on the 'Anloga Junction' album which was released on April 24, 2020
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Award-winning American singer Keri Hilson has stated that he will love to see Ghanaian Dancehall act Stonebwoy work on a song with the multitalented US singer Rihanna.
Keri Hilson made this known during an Instagram live video between Stonebwoy and herself to interact with their fans.
During the Instagram live video, a fan asked which American artiste the 'Knock You Down' hitmaker would love to see to do a song with Stonebwoy after her experience of working with him.
Keri Hilson immediately responded saying “I’d love to hear you and Rihanna”.
“ She is like she kills that vibe so effortlessly. You know she’s from the Islands, from Barbados, so I think it will really be cool hearing y’all two voices on record,” she stated.
However, Stonebwoy gave it an affirmative response saying that “and it will even be cooler hearing the three of us on a song”.
Keri Hilson was featured on Stonebwoy's 'Nominate' track on the 'Anloga Junction' album which was released on April 24, 2020
Watch the video below:
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Rising Afrobeat star Kelvyn Boy ignored the feud between him and award-winning dancehall act Stonebwoy to commend him for releasing his 'Anloga Junction' album.
Stonebwoy yesterday released what has been considered his biggest album so far.
The 'Anloga Junction' album features both local and international stars like Kojo Antwi, Nasty C, Keri Hilson, Alicai Harley, Zlantan, Jahmiel, Diamond Platnumz, and Chivv.
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