Kofi Akpaloo endorses Stonebwoy's Putuu; to encourage youth to do more when he wins 2020 elections (video)

Kofi Akpaloo endorses Stonebwoy's Putuu; to encourage youth to do more when he wins 2020 elections (video)

Kofi Akpaloo, the founder and leader of the Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG), has given a big thumbs up to Stonebwoy’s over his latest song titled Putuu.

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According to the presidential aspirant, Stonebwoy's is a creative composition which must be commended.

Stonebwoy released the Putuu song a few weeks ago to mixed reactions from Ghanaians on social media and some entertainment pundits.

While some criticised the Bhim Nation President for doing what they described as a 'wack' song and even likened it to Patapaa's songs, many others have embraced the song and it has already gone viral.

Putuu has even started a challenge on social media with lovers learning the 'gibberish' lyrics of the song and singing along in videos.

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The LPG leader is part of the people who have fallen in love with Stonebwoy's song and he has showered praises on him.

Speaking in an interview on Hot FM on Wednesday, July 29, 2020, Akpaloo indicated that he was going to encourage the youth to do songs like Putuu if he comes to power.

“I have no problem with the 'Putuu' song...The lyrics do not always matter, if the song has a good beat. Anybody in Liberia would dance to it regardless of their understanding--as long as the song is danceable...Stonebwoy has done well... It is on the hearts of the IPP to invest in the youth when we come into power so that they can come up with songs like this and go international". He told Boamah Darko in his final remarks on the song."
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