Somewhere this week, Gyedu Blay Ambolley in an interview advised Stonebwoy that it’s high time he considered quitting Dancehall music and channel his energy into the production and promotion of indigenous music like “Borboorbor”.
In the rightful thinking of Gyedu Blay, “Borboorbor” originates from Volta region, therefore, Stonebwoy doing such songs will help sell his identity and culture to the world comparably to the shoddy Dancehall music he’s interested in.
Fast forward, Stonebwoy has responded to the advice put forth by Gyedu Ambolley and from all indications, the BHiM Nation CEO isn’t happy neither in conformity with the seasoned musician, Gyedu Ambolley.
Speaking in an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM, Stonebwoy also charged Gyedu Ambolley to come out clean and give Ghanaians the facts and figures in reference to how far those doing pure indigenous music have gotten to in life.
Nonetheless, Stonebwoy reiterated that he agrees with Gyedu Ambulley to some extent, but he has not deviated from letting his identity as a Ghanaian known to the international community. To buttress his point, he has a lot of songs in many Ghanaian dialects, from Ewe, Asante Twi, Ga and others.