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I am the king of Dancehall

Competition breeds excellence, it is very easy for you to sit in your corner and declare yourself the best a everything you do but only by coming out of your shell and putting your work out there can you truly comprehend how good or bad you are.

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Anyone who claims to be good at something must have something to show for it, I mean your words are not enough. In boxing they have titles, in music we have awards. These awards serve as the proof that yes you are good. On the back of winning the Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year for every year since 2014, Stonebwoy has declared himself the Ghanaian king of Dancehall. He has the awards to prove it, who can really dispute his wins at this point in time? His words are backed by proof.

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The ‘Mama’ act won the ‘Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year‘ at the 2018 edition of the awards scheme, making it his fourth consecutive win. He beat Shatta Wale, late Ebony and MzVee to pick the award. He won the top award of the genre at the awards scheme previously in 2015, 2016 and 2017. “I am happy, and it actually cements my championship, because four times in a row at the Ghana Music Awards from 2014 till now means a lot,” stated Stonebwoy in an interview with

“Winning awards like this just stamps my hard work and makes me fulfilled in a way as an artiste.” He also added that getting recognition for his works inspires him to work hard: “Being on different platforms like the 3Music Award, and even at the BETs, AFRIMA and making waves locally and internationally only gives me encouragement to keep doing what I always know what to do best.” Stonebwoy shared reasons why he writes songs based on personal experiences as attested to recently by South African rapper, Nasty C. “We all go through life and keep inspiring each other. I trust that if I go to the studio to put some creative piece together, majority of the pieces that I weave should be able to inspire them.”

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