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Acutely aware that to regain the Artiste of the Year crown at the Ghana Music Awards once again, there was need to have banging tunes but crucially organise own shows recording massive attendance, reggae/dancehall heavyweight Stonebwoy did just that over the weekend.

stone-ash-6The Saka Saka Park in Ashaiman, his home turf served as venue for the heavily patronised show branded as a peace concert.

Reports suggest some 30,000 Bhim Nation faithfuls and observers were in attendence to witness their King dish out sumptuous songs ranging from (Run Go, People Dey, Go Higher, Mightylele, Biegya, Baafira to People Dey).

Music notables including Samini, VVIP, Sarkodie, Yaa Pono, Iwan, Medikal, Criss Waddle and Fancy Gadam were on hand to support.

When it was all concluded with the 2015 BET award winner stripped to his pants dripping with sweat, it sure would delight Livingstone Etse Satekla alias Stonebwoy for pulling the massive show off with his Bhim Nation and Burniton Agents.

Competition will be tough at next Music Awards as reigning king E.L has dropped his BAR III album as has M.anifest with his ‘Nowhere Cool’ offering and FlowKing Stone’s.

But with his European tours, home concert and new offerings, the ‘Go Higher Man’ will surely have a say as to how things turn out on the night.

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