Veteran Ghanaian music icon Gyedu Blay Ambolley has sent a word of advice to Ghanaian BET award-winner Stonebwoy over his choice of genre.
Ambolley seems to be looking at the bigger picture in terms of promoting Ghana’s culture and advised Stonebwoy to put an end to his Dancehall music and focus on a the music known to originate from his hometown in the volta region of Ghana.
According to Ambolley, Stonebwoy will sell his identity successfully if he takes his advice.
Speaking to Ghanaian celebrity journalist and blogger Attractive Mustapha monitored by Browngh.com, Gyedu-Blay Ambolley cited the fact that Sean Paul spoke “Patua”, which is identified with his home country Jamaica when he featured Stonebwoy on his “Most Original” hit song and bemoaned the fact that Stonebwoy didn’t speak any Ghanaian language to also promote Ghana.
He added that Kuami Eugene’s ‘Angela’ has no cultural identity and carries no message.