29 Apr 2020

Stonebwoy picks 'Everlasting' as his most favorite track on the Anloga Junction Album

After the release of his latest musical project dubbed “ Anloga Junction”, BET award winner and CEO of Burniton Music Group, Stonebwoy, has pointed his finger on “Everlasting” as his favorite song among the many on the album.

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In an interview on YFM Takoradi’s Y Entertainment Podium hosted by The Macall Mensah, Stonebwoy, born Livingstone Etse Satekla categorically said that “Everlasting” was the song that he didn’t rush to do because it meant a whole lot to him.

The 2 minutes and 52 seconds mid-tempo afrobeat song which has production credit going to award-winning Ghanaian producer MOG, talks about the unbreakable love between a man and woman. The song goes on to reiterate the fact that no man can destroy the beautiful thing that love has put together.

When asked if the song was about his wife, he stated it clearly that his songs are based on reality and he is constantly inspired by his close relations (family) in writing of his songs, so there might be a possibility but not solely about her.

The multiple award-winning dancehall artist, also mentioned songs like Strength and Hope, Nominate, and Journey as some of the songs he listened to the most.

The album made up of 15 songs has a blend of Afropop, dancehall and reggae and it was blessed with features from American Grammy-nominated songstress Keri Hilson, South African and Def jam signed rapper Nasty C, Legendary Ghanaian musician Kojo Antwi, Nigerian street sensation Zlatan, King of East African music Diamond Platinum, Jamaican showstopper Jahmiel, and many others.

DOWNLOAD: Stonebwoy – Anloga Junction (Full Album) - Ghanahubs.com

 

source: takoradionline

 

 

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