Afro-Dancehall Sensation, Stonebwoy, has addressed several issues about himself, BhimNation, Kelvyn Boy, his daughter, upcoming collaborations and concerts which has dominated media discussions in the past weeks.
Weeks ago, websites in the country speculated that there was a problem in the camp of BhimNation and that both had parted ways.
According to reports, Kelvyn Boy has a problem with his boss and was on the verge of leaving Burniton Music Group.
In a Facebook Live Stream, Stonebwoy mentioned that “Kelvyn Boy is my youth” to wit there is no truth in what was being peddled He disclosed that Kelvyn Boy is his son and that he cannot have problems with his son.
Furthermore, the Dancehall act disclosed that his daughter will be one of the most successful female artistes in the world should she decide to do music when she grows up.
Stonebwoy noted that his daughter, Jidula sings in everything she sees as a microphone; an indication that her music prowess is natural and inbuilt.
He mentioned that If she wants to be a musician, he will provide her the needed support and direction that will make her excel at it and make her one of the most successful artistes in the world.
He however expressed his dislike for the fact that the newly released single with Nigerian act, Teni, Ololo, which he explained as a term he coined out of the word, love, was available for free download on some websites prior to its release date.
In giving a little tip off his next album, he revealed that Jamaican super talents like Chris Martins and Jahmiel among several other big names like Shatta Wale would be on the album.
The BhimNation head honcho also made known that plans are being put in place for his signature events; Ashaiman to the World and BhimNation Concerts.
He also confirmed his performance at the Afronation concert in December and encouraged diasporans to flood the capital by then for a memorable time.
After being pressed by fans in Tamale and Ho for a concert, he hinted that he would plan towards that as demand for his presence there was very high.
watch the facebook live play below