- American singer Keri Hillson says she downloaded WhatsApp because of Stonebwoy
- She said she needed to do so in order to communicate effectively with the Ghanaian musician
- Hillson also told how she met Stonebwoy
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Popular American singer Keri Hillson has disclosed that she downloaded WhatsApp onto her phone for the first time because of Stonebwoy.
She said she needed to download the app in order to facilitate effective communication with the Ghanaian musician.
Hillson made this revelation in a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrities.com.
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Telling how she met Stonebwoy, the Knock You Down hitmaker said she met a man called Delsidi on a flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta.
Delsidi, during their conversation, told her that she knew Sarkodie and Stonebwoy from Ghana and that they were his friends.
He eventually asked Hillson if she would want to have a collaboration with any of them to which she responded in the affirmative.
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Right there, Hillson said Delsidi called Stonebwoy on the phone to link them up, and “we took it from there,” the American singer revealed.
She was featured on Stonebwoy’s Nominate which is one of the 15 tracks making his Anloga Junction Album.
Meanwhile, Stonebwoy’s wife Louisa has reacted to Shatta Wale endorsing Anloga Junction and calling on people to buy.
Louisa was so grateful for the support and lauded Shatta Wale in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh.
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