- Stonebwoy has shared plans to venture into areas outside music which he is known for
- He is set to debut podcasts, books, and films produced by him
- The dancehall musician also disclosed that there is an upcoming book about La Gba Gbe, one of the songs on his Anloga Junction album
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Ghanaian artiste, Stonebwoy is expanding his tentacles beyond music, and into other fields.
Unarguably one of Ghana's biggest music exports, the Burniton Music Group founder has made known his intention not to limit himself to what he is mainly known for.
In a new interview with South African publication, Moziak Magazine, Stonebwoy disclosed that he plans to dedicate time to books, films, podcasts, and other things in 2021.
"Tours, more music, books, films and podcasts, humanitarian work," the Activate hitmaker answered in response to the question of what's next for him in the coming months.
He added that he is reading a yet-to-be-released book about Le Gba Gbe, a song off his fourth album Anloga Junction released in 2020.
It will be recalled Stonebwoy marked the first anniversary of the album with a virtual concert where he was surprised by Kojo Antwi, the Ghanaian music legend.
The surprise appearance by Antwi also marked the first time he and Stonebwoy, born Livingstone Etse Satekla performed their collaborative effort Nkuto.
In other news, Isaiah Michael, the Promotions Lead for Don Jazzy's Mavin Records has credited Sarkodie as an individual who championed music relations between Ghana and Nigeria.
His comment comes after YEN.com.gh reported on Wednesday, May 26, 2021, that Laycon, the winner of the reality show, Big Brother Naija (BBN) season five has heaped praises on Sarkodie for having a great influence on his career.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Isaiah Michael applauded Sarkodie on his impact, and called him "a legend."
"For me, I personally think Sarkodie was one of the Ghanaian artistes that championed Nigeria and Ghana's relationship with music. The features that he's had with Nigerian artistes over time. That created a cordial relationship with the Nigerian and Ghanaian music industry," Michael said.
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