Stonebwoy eulogizes Samini, his musical godfather

Stonebwoy eulogizes Samini, his musical godfather
Stonebwoy with Nana Ama McBrown and Samini(right)

Following reports of Kelvyn Boy’s attack at Ashaiman and the subsequent controversies that surrounded it. Samini sent across a strong message in his reaction to the issue. The incident, which reignited the feud between Stonebwoy and his former record label signee, Kelvyn Boy, took a legal turn at a point. Stonebwoy’s Burniton Music Group released a press statement, revealing intentions to settle the case in court.

However, Samini as the father of both musicians sought to intervene to ensure peace prevails. The dancehall giant in his reaction disclosed that Stonebwoy has always been his son, which automatically makes Kelvyn Boy his son too. Therefore, the feud between the two does not allow peace in his family. Due to which he then called on both of them to come and let them talk things out one last time.

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Meanwhile, though I believe the relationship between Samini and Stonebwoy was no secret to many Ghanaian music lovers. There are still others, who do not know their story. Samini is Stonebwoy’s musical godfather, that is why he had this to say about him, during his interview yesterday on UTV’s United Showbiz.

Stonebwoy eulogizes Samini

Stonebwoy disclosed, “Samini was that music legend, who during his prime introduced me to the world, stating that everyone should watch out for this young musical talent. He mentored me for some number of years and gave me a chance into the limelight. He drew me so close to himself, so I see him as a very big brother.“

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He continued: “It’s even beyond music for me, and Samini wherever he is, he knows it. Therefore, if I am always eulogizing him, it is mostly not only for his immense contribution to my music career. But it is also because, at that time, many people (musicians) would have rather chosen to look down on me because I was a nobody. However, Samini rather drew me closer to himself.” [Translated from Twi]

Stonebwoy was answering to the host, Nana Ama McBrown‘s question on whether Samini brought him up.

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