- Stonebwoy's new song will be released on Friday, April 16
- The song features Ghanaian-American rapper, Vic Mensa, who is signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation music company
- The song is titled Blessings and was produced by legendary Ghanaian producer, Kaywa
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Ghanaian artiste, Stonebwoy, is set to release a new song featuring Ghanaian-American rapper, Vic Mensa, who is signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation.
Titled Blessings, the song produced by legendary Ghanaian producer, Kaywa will be released on Friday, April 16, 2021.
It is believed that the song was recorded when Mensa visited Ghana months ago.
The new feature adds to a number of high-profile collaborations by the 'We Move' artiste, including a recent one with Jamaican music star, Sean Paul.
“I was like nah, I have to be on this album. He says it’s pretty much closed, and I said I don’t mind, just open up a thing… so he goes onto the album and opens a verse for me,” disclosed Stonebwoy about how he became the only non-Jamaican artist featured on Paul's Live and Livin album.
In other news about Stonebwoy, the Putuu crooner recently visited St Roses Senior High School at Akwatia in the Eastern Region.
The musician's unexpected visit to the school stirred excitement among the students after they saw him on their campus.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Stonebwoy is seen dressed in a black t-shirt over a pair of jeans trousers.
Walking in the company of other people, Stonebwoy approached one of the buildings on the school's compound.
Upon realising his presence, many of the girls trooped out of their rooms to a catch glimpse of the superstar.
Many of the girls were heard screaming on top of their voices while others shouted Bhim Bhim, Stonebwoy's slogan.
Stonebwoy acknowledged the cheers from the girls and he himself looked overwhelmed by the reception they gave him.
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