Beale Street Music Festival
Stonebwoy performs his new song during the Beale Street Music Festival

Stonebwoy, Ghana’s multi-award-winning reggae/dancehall star, was among the festival’s top reggae performances on Sunday at the Bud Light Stage of the Beale Street Music Festival.

After an enthusiastic performance by veteran reggae band Third World, he delivered an outstanding concert. After a crowd-pleasing introduction from TV celebrity Dentaa Amoateng, Stonebwoy kicked up the show with a performance of ‘People Dey!’

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Stonebwoy went on to play a slew of hits, including ‘Hero,’ ‘Sobolo,’ ‘Nominate,’ ‘Activate,’ and even an exclusive performance of his yet-to-be-released new track, ‘Therapy,’ in Memphis.

His act had to be trimmed short to make room for the following artist, Shaggy, because it began late due to set-up issues that caused his session to be delayed by at least 15 minutes.

Sarkodie dancing in the crowd to Stonebwoy’s super-charged set was one of the highlights of his performance. Last week, the two artists represented Ghana at the ‘Accra In Paris’ exhibition in France.

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Livingstone Etse Satekla, better known as Stonebwoy, a Ghanaian dancehall artiste, has revealed that collaborating with the Barbadian singer, Robyn Rihanna Fenty, also known as Rihanna, has long been a dream of his.

Well, it appears that the dancehall musician’s goals are similar to those of his colleague, Shatta Wale, who collaborated with another megastar, Beyonce, on her “Already” song from her “Lion King” album.

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During an interview with the Yellowcard App, the “Everlasting” hitmaker revealed that it has always been his dream to work with the Barbadian singer, but it appears that this may not be the case.