Stonebwoy: CNN African Voices Features Ghanaian Afro-Dancehall Star In Bob Marley's Studio

Stonebwoy: CNN African Voices Features Ghanaian Afro-Dancehall Star In Bob Marley's Studio

  • Ghana's Stonebwoy has been featured on CNN's African Voices documentary series
  • A sneak peek of Stonebwoy's episode was shared online by CNN Africa, heightening the anticipation of fans for the full version
  • In the past, the show has hosted several other creatives across the continent, including East Africa's Eddy Kenzo
  • exclusively spoke with Stonebwoy, who established that he was truly honoured and grateful to share his story via the docu-series

Ghanaian Afro-dancehall act Stonebwoy will appear on a new episode of CNN Africa's African Voices docu-series.

The series is aimed at highlighting the continent's most dazzling people who create their own subcultures in areas such as travel, fashion, art, and music.

CNN Africa shared a sneak peek of Stonebwoy's African Voices episode online and announced the date of when the full version will air.

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CNN African Voices features Stonebwoy in Bob Marley's studio
Afro-dancehall star Stonebwoy. Photo Source: Facebook/Stonebwoy
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Stonebwoy shares his vision with CNN Africa

Talking to CNN Africa, Stonebwoy, real name Livingstone Etse Setekla, who shot his episode in the Tuff Gong studios in Jamaica, opened up on how the reggae legend has inspired his artistry.

The Ghanaian, who was featured on the recent edition of Bob Marley's Africa Unite album, unveiled his long-existing mission to unite Africa and its diaspora through music.

"As an African, I can relate to anything Black outside of Africa...It's time for us to bring it together to continue to sing one song," Stonebwoy said in the trailer of his CNN African Voices episode.

Speaking to Stonebwoy, he exclusively told that this African Voices episode was "a reflection of the impact my music has had in promoting cultural exchange and celebrating the rich diversity of the African continent."

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Netizens share their anticipation for Stonebwoy's CNN African Voices episode gathered a few comments as fans shared their thoughts ahead of the episode's release.

Nconyar Kay said:

Opana also recorded at portable's studio in Nigeria. That is the real global artiste.

Joseph Paul Pablo wrote:

When Wisdom speaks

kennethashiakwei noted:


unclebilal_ added:

The originator of Afro-Dancehall we bow before you 1GAD

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