Ghanaian Music producer incites upcoming musicians against Stonebwoy over his ‘40-years comment
16 December 2019
By Eugene Brown
Ghanaian artiste manager, songwriter and former hiplife musician, Bullet, has asked upcoming musicians in Ghana to rise against Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy, for his comment which sought to suggest that it would take Ghana 40 years to find talents like Sarkodie, Shatta Wale and himself.
“Big up to SM, big up to Shatta Wale mi breda, big up to Sarkodie mi breda. It will take another 40 years to find me, Sarkodie and Shatta in this industry. Forty years. We be national asset. If you like don’t protect, if you like protect, we be national asset,” Stonebwoy had said.
However, Bullet, in reacting to this comment by Stonebwoy in an interview with Sammy Flex Bullet has asked upcoming artistes to not take this comment likely but take it with all seriousness as it is backed by a demonic spirit.
“Initially I thought it was one of those statements artistes make when they are hyped up on stage, and so I was waiting for him to come out and clarify and apologise. Then Stonebwoy came out and said the comment he made was metaphysical, that his comment was for deep thinkers,” he said.
“Music is spiritual, you feel it but you can’t touch it. Every artiste’s songs are backed by spirits either by God or by the devil, and so I want to ask Stonebwoy, which spirit backed him to make that comment that it would take 40 years to have the likes of him, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy together in the music industry. That comment he made is more Spiritual. He should come out and apologise,” Bullet continued.
Aside from Bullet, other Ghanaian musicians such as Kuami Eugene have also reacted to this comment negatively. Bullet currently manages Wendy Shay and Fantana. Until the demise of the sensational female dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns, he was his manager too.