Stone Gee, a talented afrobeat/highlife artiste with several hit songs to his credit, has released his much-awaited single, Bad Friends featuring Okyeame Kwame.
The song, produced by Richard Essien (Magic Rocker), Mr Sarge and King Jay, is a highlife groove targeted to hit all highlife music audiences.
The song, which comes with live instrumentation, aims to advise people against the attitude of bad friends they go out with.
The mid-tempo song encourages people to focus on their goals and not dance to the tune of detractors.
‘Bad Friends’, which is one of the hit songs on Stone Gee upcoming album, has been carefully packaged to meet international standards and promote the artiste’s brand.
The song has an inspiring and soul-touching lyric and authentic Ghanaian highlife rhythm and beat. It is also a party song fit for all occasions.
Listening to the song’s lyrics carefully and the kind of message he sends to music fans, one will easily be motivated to sing and dance along.
This fusion of good drum beats, bass and rhythm guitar, which are felt in the song, makes the song irresistibly danceable. It has an authentic Ghanaian highlife rhythm and beat.
Already, some disc-jockeys (DJs) who have listened to the song opined that given the required promotion, Bad Friends could become one of the hit songs on the music scene and possibly sweep some awards in the year ahead.
Stone Gee, as an artiste, represents uniqueness. He always stands by the fact that being unique will guarantee durability in the music industry. The quality of his music is beyond doubt exceptional, as witnessed in the couple of singles he has to his credit.
In an interview in Accra, Stone Gee, born Kwame Ayi Kwaw said he was delighted that even before the song is released, “several DJs and entertainment journalists, who have had the opportunity to listen to the song, have tipped it to make waves on the music scene soon.”
He states that his pick for Okyeame Kwame on this collaboration is a well-thought-out one and is the beginning of such joints with other industry heavyweights.
- Photos: Police officer killed in Jamestown bullion van attack buried
- MTN FA Cup wrap: AshGold breeze into semis, Hearts survive late scare
- 6 things we learnt from Newsfile
- Slain police officer, Emmanuel Osei in Jamestown bullion van attack promoted to Lance Corporal
- Covid-19: Current data suggests we are in our 3rd wave – Ghana Medical Association
- Akufo-Addo must admit fault, lead government to resume fight against Covid-19 – Kpebu
- Covid-19: Delta strain 200 times more lethal than Wuhan strain – Pharmacist
- Covid-19: We can’t continue to pray to God; let’s follow the safety protocols – GMA
- Tokyo 2020: Zambia’s Banda sets Olympic women’s football marker with two hat-tricks in two games
- Active Covid-19 cases hit 4000 amid fears of third wave
JoyNews’ The Law to discuss anti-LGBT bill and threats of stifling free speech
Government to establish girls STEM SHS in Accra
GOIL wins award for best corporate governance company at Millennium Excellence Awards
Tema MCE commissions transport terminal, motorway interchange
Use your intellect and knowledge to solve societal problems – Bawumia
Belgium devastated by flooding for second time in just over a week
Playback: ICGC Sunday service with Mensa Otabil
Third Navarrete fight a possibility-Isaac Dogboe
He was a father for all – John Mahama eulogises Prof Atta Mills at 9th wreath laying ceremony
MTN FA Cup wrap: AshGold breeze into semis, Hearts survive late scare
Coordinator for Zongo Development reiterates government’s commitment to develop Zongos
Active Covid-19 cases hit 4000 amid fears of third wave
CAF Women’s Champions League qualifier: Hasaacas Ladies lose first game against River Angels
John Dramani Mahama’s speech at the 9th wreath laying ceremony of HE Professor J.E.A Mills
TUTAG, Koforidua Chapter, donates GH¢50,000 to support construction of university hospital