Stonebwoy: Dancehall artiste shows gratitude to Kojo Antwi; calls him a legend

Stonebwoy: Dancehall artiste shows gratitude to Kojo Antwi; calls him a legend

- Stonebwoy has expressed gratitude to Highlife legend Kojo Antwi for his contribution to his 'Anloga Junction' album

- Stonebwoy featured Kojo Antwi on his 'Nkuto' song which is currently a hit song

- In a tweet, Stonebwoy said Kojo Antwi is a legend, calling him "daddy as he thanked him

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Award-winning dancehall artiste Stonebwoy has expressed gratitude to Highlife legend Kojo Antwi for his contribution to his 'Anloga Junction' album.

Stonebwoy featured Kojo Antwi on his 'Nkuto' song which is currently one of the trending songs from the album.

In a Twitter post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Stonebwoy said Kojo Antwi is a legend, calling him "daddy" has he thanked him.

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Stonebwoy also appreciated the effort Kojo Antwi made towards the success of his musical journey and career as a whole.

This is the second time Stonebwoy and Kojo Antwi have worked on a song together. Their first collaboration was on the Kojo Antwi's 'Akyekyede3 Nante3'.

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"KOJO ANTWI IS A Fucking LEGEND. Thanks You Daddy!! #Nkuto," Stonebwoy posted on his Twitter page.

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Perhaps there will be more collaborations in the future between Stonebwoy and Kojo Antwi which will shake the very foundations of the world.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Stonebwoy and Kojo Antwi had been inducted into the Grammy Museum by international awards organization and media house, Grammy and BET International respectively.

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The Grammy Museum – Sound of Africa exhibit showcases and celebrates the unique diversity of African music.

Circa 2016 created and launched the history-making exhibit in partnership with the iconic Grammy Museum to celebrate the musical and philanthropic contributions of African artistes and the first-ever exhibit at the museum dedicated to African artistes.

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