Nigerian singer, songwriter and dancer, Omoniyi Temidayo Raphael, known professsionally as Zlatan Ibile, has, in an Instagram post, eulogized Ghanaian born Black Entertainment Tv (BET) award winning artiste, Stonebwoy, for recruiting him amongst the eight other prolific artistes who added a verse each on the Anloga Junction album.
According to the “Killing Dem” hit maker who was featured on ‘Critical’ (track-11) off the reggae/ragga & dance-hall artiste’s fourth studio album, he feels highly privileged and overwhelmed to contribute his quota on this wonderful project particularly because, the Anloga Junction album features Superstars he gathers motivation from as a sensational and aspiring African musician.
Zlatan revealed that, Stonebwoy has helped him actualize a dream, adding that, this opportunity is a symbol of hope for his colleague musicians struggling to make it out of the street to mainstream. The Nigerian sensational musician congratulated, Livingstone Etse Satekla for begetting an amazing project which will take the world to a different milestone.
On Anloga Junction, the Afro-dancehall don pulls off an ambitious task by folding his collaborators’ varied styles into his signature sound. Fellow Ghanaian Kojo Antwi fits the reggae feel of “Nkuto”, and the bass rhythm of “Bow Down” flows in sync with Nasty C’s energy. Frequently singing in his Ewe language, particularly on the Keri Hilson collab “Nominate”, Stonebwoy always finds his way back to the unique style that has made him special.
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source: Ameyaw Debrah