Reggae and dancehall artiste Stonebwoy has proclaimed that he has no competitor when it comes to dancehall music n Africa.
According to him, his achievements speak for themselves and put him miles ahead of other artistes in the genre.
The Bhim Nation boss made the statement during one of his stage performances over the weekend.
He bragged that he remains the only dancehall artiste in Africa to win both the BET and Nickelodeon awards.
“I don’t see any competition, take it or leave it. [I’m] the only reggae/dancehall artiste to win BET for Ghana [and in] the whole of Africa,” he told the cheering crowd.
The Reggae/Dancehall added, “and I want you to be proud about it because I’m Ghanaian. I’m the only dancehall artiste to win the Nickelodeon Award. I’m proud of it.”
Stonebwoy’s bold proclamation is bound to divide opinion, especially from the camp of dancehall rival Shatta Wale.
The two artistes have not seen eye-to-eye in recent times following numerous clashes between them.
The rivalry between the pair dates back to some years ago, with both musicians laying claim to the title of “dancehall king.”
Below is the video of Stonebwoy declaring himself the best in Africa:
Have your say
More Entertainment Headlines
- Video: I won't invite 'people' to my wedding – Lilwin
- Steve Bedi to headline PAMA Festival 2019
- Ben Brako tops Global Music Charts with 'Shame and Scandal'
- Bible isn't against Marijuana, stop preaching against it – Rev. Abbeam
- Burna Boy deserved his BET award – Davido
- Cardi B pleads not guilty to assault
- Michelle Obama and Stephen Fry help drive audiobook boom
- Unemployment cause of increased nudity - Vicky Zugah
- Consistency and not hits alone make a good artiste - eShun
- Video: ‘I cannot say Medikal is a fraud boy’ - Strongman
- Don’t marry a woman who cannot cook – Kwesi Arthur's dad to son
- Partnering musicians as a producer is key – Jayso
- First edition of Miss United Continents, Ghana launched
- David Bolton releases visuals for ‘Odo Fofro’ featuring Samini
- Nominees for 2019 Hospitality Awards unveiled