My journey demanded enough energy with strategic thinking – Stonebwoy

See the people a bawl…
BhimNation even pikney a bawl…
BhimNation the whole a dem a bawl…
BhimNation dem fi know, dem fi know…
…Mi a roll up mi tin inna mi corner eeee
Dem dey spread rumour
Rasta beji magana eeee
Big up de ghetto youth dem frm

Honolulu to Ghana eeeee… #Baafira

And of course, I am better late than never to have said anything about the BhimNation General’s big win at this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards which took place 3-weeks ago.

He indeed is creative, talented and real Dancehallist; he started way back 2009 and 6-years down the lane, his efforts and contribution has been rewarded.

Stonebwoy was crowned the 2015 Artiste of the Year as well as walked away with two other awards – Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year and the Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year for his song Baafira.

In journeys as this, individuals may at some point in time resort to given up but the ‘CantCool’ singer has indicated, “respectively, it’s been tough and the journey demanded enough input including energy with strategic thinking, time and money; but I never felt I was doing a cos-90 job.”

According to Stonebwoy, “every single I released is and was always intended to reach out to a targeted audience, and which eventually makes an impact by all means so my team and I kept pushing.”

“And thanks to my management and the entire Bhimnation family and everyone who has been very supportive to this day,” he added in chitchat with AmaLarbieAfrica.

On upcoming projects, he said, “there are a lot we plan on doing like bigger hits singles and collaborations as well as other related projects which will in diverse ways impact on the BhimNation family, Dancehall enthusiasts and music lovers positively…#Bhim!!!”

“Chikin halka-n-mu-mun-yiyada kaman shurum yaafi koomi sabodawan-nang mukatsei #Baafira amaa kokeri emagana, Ayi Shurum #Baafira, Yaakaare muunkare koomi; amaa kokeri emagana #Bhim!”

The above Hausa statement in English means “in our dealings, we believe silence is Golden; the reason we say, “#Baafira, No long talk, let your hard work speak. There’s nothing more to say, all has been done; let your hard work speak.”

And those are deep words to justify that indeed working hard and focused in silence does pay off… #Baafira-#Bhim!!! Baaafira!!eeee… Laalalilaloo laalalilaloo

I jux commot my eyes cos i see many many pass dis one

Eeeei beats dakay you know say we don’t play no

‪#‎DefDemAndLefDem Far Gone

By: Ama Larbie

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