Stonebwoy Releases ‘Anloga Junction’ Album With Four Million Hits in 24 Hours
April 26, 2020
By Bakary Ceesay
Stonebwoy, Multiple awards winning Ghanaian dancehall singer has released a 15-tracks album titled Anloga Junction hits over four million streams on Audiomack less than 24 hours after it released.
The album is available on all major music streaming services. It features such top artists as Keri Hilson (US), Nasty C (South Africa), Diamond Platinumz, Alicai Harley (Jamaica), Jahmiel (Jamaica), Zlatan (Nigeria), Kojo Antwi (Ghana), Chivv (Netherlands) and Spanker (Netherlands).
The BET Award winner released three singles off the album ahead of its release, namely ‘African Party’, ‘Understand’ featuring Alicai Harley, and ‘Good Morning’ featuring Chivv & Spanker.
‘Bow Down’ featuring Nasty C is the lead single for the South African market. The song is not Stonebwoy’s first collaboration with a South African artist. He has worked with Cassper Nyovest and AKA on ‘Fever’ and the ‘All Eyes on Me’ remix, respectively.
Stonebwoy, told Pan African Visions that: “The inspiration behind the song is derived from a lit fun-filled scene, with lots of good things to celebrate,”
He added that “Nasty C has a crazy style, very diverse and he has a lot of great energy.”
He explained that: “We have eight other great musicians featured on the album … The album is a combination of experiences and inspirations of my life from Africa and my roots to the world. This is the junction I am currently at.”
The album top number one on Apple Music world music album and 27 worldwide on ITunes. It also have three videos on Apple Music top five trending videos.
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