Stonebwoy

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Stonebwoy
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Background information
Birth nameLivingstone Etse Satekla
Also known asBhim
Born (1988-03-05) March 5, 1988 (age 31)
Ashaiman, Ghana
OriginAlakple-Anloga, Ghana
Genres
Occupation(s)Singer, Songwriter, Entrepreneur
Years active2009–present
LabelsSamini Music, Burniton Music Group, Zylofon Media[1]
Associated actsSarkodie (rapper), Kwaw Kese, Stay Jay, Kranium Davido, Danny Lampo, Samini, Becca, Sean Paul, AKA, Burna Boy, Beenie Man, Casper Nyovest, Patoranking, Morgan Heritage, Khalia, Dizzy Dee, Jah Vinci Danny Beatz Ebony Reigns Keri Hilson,Tinny (musician),Edem,Kojo Antwi etc.
Websitestonebwoyofficial.com

Livingstone Etse Satekla, better known by his stage name Stonebwoy is a Ghanaian afropop, dancehall and reggae artiste. He is the CEO of Burniton Music Group. He won the Best International Act: Africa category at the 2015 BET Awards and Artist of the Year at the 2015 Ghana Music Awards.[2] He is recognized as the king of reggae and dancehall artists in Africa [3][4][5] Stonebwoy is also an actor, having appeared in the movie My name is Ramadan.[6] He is a global ambassador for sanitation.[7] In September 2019, he was made the brand ambassador for Voltic Natural Mineral Water, in a deal that could be renewed after two years.[8]

Life and music career[edit]

Stonebwoy was born in Ashaiman in the Greater Accra region of Ghana and began making music in his early school days. He realized his talents and abilities as a lyricist and script writer at an early age, remembering writing and acting drama pieces as far back as fourth year in primary school.[9]

Stonebwoy is Married to Dr Louisa Ansong, with two children.[10]

2012: Grade 1 Album[edit]

Under "Samini Music", Stonebwoy recorded his first hit single "Climax" featuring Samini and subsequently "Ghetto Love" featuring Irene Logan. Both songs earned him nominations at the Ghana Music Awards. After this exposure, he released his debut album "Grade 1 Album". The album contains seventeen tracks which featured prominent Ghanaian artists including Tinny and Edem aside from those mentioned above. The release of the debut album made the Stonebwoy brand a household name in the music industry.[11]

2014: Necessary Evil[edit]

In 2014, Satekla released his second album, called the Necessary Evil. It consists of twenty-nine tracks, including the famous Baafira track that featured Sarkodie. The album was the recipient of three Ghana Music Awards from six nominations.[12]

2017: Epistles of Mama[edit]

Released on December 12, 2017; the Epistles of Mama was dedicated to Satekla's late mother by name Mrs Catherine Lucy Aku Ametepi Satekla. The 24 track album features Sean Paul, King Promise, Burna Boy.[13] The album peaked at Number thirteen (13) on Billboard chart top 200 albums worldwide.[14] In 2018 ‘Epistles Of Mama (EOM)’ was rated the second best album in the world according to reggaeville.[15] The Album was honored by YouTube for hitting over 10 million views.[16]

Recognition and musical style[edit]

Stonebwoy normally ragga in Jamaican Patois (Patwa or Patwah), and is considered a "multifaceted rapper" due to the various musical styles he possess. In 2015, he received many awards and nominations ranging from "Artist of the Year" to "Album of the Year". His sophomore album, Necessary Evil, was the recipient of 3 Ghana Music Awards from 6 nominations.[17] Nana Appiah Mensah, CEO of gold dealership company Menzgold, sent out words of encouragement to Stonebwoy on Instagram for Stonebwoy being supportive.[18] On April 18, 2019, Nana Appiah Mensah posted a photo of Dancehall act Stonebwoy saying he is proud of the Bhim Nation president for defending him and that God bless him.[19]

He has been listed as part of the 2019 50 (fifty) young CEOs, by YCEO and Avance media this year. The list which was launched earlier in 2018, was set out to honour distinguished young individuals pursuing the course of providing solutions to some of Ghana’s pertinent problems.[20]

Philanthropy[edit]

Stonebwoy established the ‘Livingstone Foundation’.[21] In January, 2017 the foundation announced a sponsorship package for five students of the Tema Methodist Day Senior High School, his alma mater.[22]

World tours and notable performances[edit]

Stonebwoy kicked off his world tour in the Euro-zone in August 2014.[23] He performed in Germany, Italy, Spain and Austria. His 2016 Canada-America tour saw him perform in New York City, Ohio, Philadelphia and Ontario. In the same year, he rocked Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sidney all in Australia.[24] His second Euro tour saw him travel to the Nordic to thrill fans in Denmark, Finland and Sweden in last quarter of 2017.[25] Stonebwoy performed at Reggae Sumfest,[26] Afronation festival in Portugal,[27] Rotterdam reggae festival,[28] Uppsala Reggae Festival.[29] Rototom Sunsplash.[30][31]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Awards won by Stonebwoy and his nominations
Year Award ceremony Award Presented Nominated work/recipient Result Ref
2015 BET Awards Best International Act Himself Won [32]
Vodafone Ghana Music

Awards

Artist of the Year


Himself Won [33]
Reggae/Dancehall

Artiste of the Year

Himself Won [34]
All Africa Music Awards Best African Reggae,

Ragga and

Dancehall

Himself Won [35]
MTN 4Syte Music

Awards

Best Reggae/Dancehall

Video

Himself Won [36]
Best Directed Video Himself Won [37]
Most Influential Artist Himself Won [38]
2016 International Reggae and

World Music Awards

Most Promising Act Himself Won [39]
Vodafone Ghana Music

Awards

Reggae/Dancehall

Song of the Year

Himself Won [40]
Ghana Music Awards UK Most Popular Song

of the Year

Himself Nominated [41]
Reggae/Dancehall

Song of the Year

Himself Won [42]
Artiste of the Year Himself Nominated [43]
Album of the Year Himself Won [44]
2017 BET Awards Best International Act Himself Nominated [45][46]
Vodafone Ghana Music

Awards

Reggae/Dancehall

Artiste of the Year

Himself Won [47]
Reggae/Dancehall

song of the Year

Himself Won [48]
2018 All Africa Music Awards Best Reggae/Dancehall

African Artiste

Himself Won [49]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite African Star Himself Won [50]
3Music Awards Reggae/Dancehall artiste

of the Year

Himself Won [51]
Twitstar of the Year Himself Won [52]
Instagram Star of the Year Himself Won [53]
Vodafone Ghana Music

Awards

Reggae/Dancehall Artiste

of the Year

Himself Won [54]
2019 African Entertainment Awards USA Best Male Artiste Himself Won [55]
2019 AFRIMA 2019 Best Reggae Dancehall Artiste Himself Won [56]

Controversy[edit]

On the eve of May 18, 2019 during the 20th edition of Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, a brawl erupted between the followers of Stonebwoy and his music rival Shatta Wale and his fans, which lead to Stonebwoy pulling a gun on stage.[57][58] They were both arrested and detained the following day.[59] They both appeared in court where they pleaded not guilty to both their respective charges after which they were granted bail of GH¢50,000 each. They were stripped of the awards they picked up that night and were indefinitely banned from the program by Charterhouse, the organizers.[60] They made peace by the 30th day of the very same month.[61]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • 2014: Necessary Evil[63]
  • 2017: Epistles of Mama[64]

Singles[edit]

Year Title Album Ref.
2012 Rat Race Grade 1 [65]
Head Up/Above the Sky [66]
Kiss n Cry [67]
Please Don't Go [68]
Onumade [69]
Agoro [70]
2013 Party Again Necessary Evil [71]
Pull Up [72]
No Sir [73]
2014 Wicked [74]
Physically [75]
Bhim Nation [76]
Baafira [77]
Ex Boyfriend [78]
Can't Cool [79]
So Real [80]
Gwaan [81]
Real Warrior [82]
Murderer [83]
More Gyal [84]
2015 Go Higher Non-album single [85]
Mightylele [86]
2016 People Dey [87]
We made it [88]
Problem [89]
Last Station [90]
Guy Guy [91]
Sapashini [92]
Any Day [93]
Sick Inna Head [94]
By Grace [95]
2017 My Name [96]
Come From Far(Wo Gb3 J3k3) [97]
Falling Again [98]
Hero [99]
Enkulenu [100]
2018 Dirty Enemies [101]
Kpo K3K3 [102]
Loyalty [103]
Tomorrow [104]
Smile Time Done(S.T.D/Worldwide) [105]
Most Original Epistles Of Mama [106]
Wame Non-album single [107]
Top Skanka [108]
2019 Shuga Non-album single [109]
Tuff Seed Non-album single [110]
Ololo Non-album [103][111][112]
Carry Them Away Non-album [113]
Big Boss Non-album [114]
Black Cinderella Non-album [115]
Black People Non-album [116]

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