Stonebwoy's international exploits this year has been remarkable; from mounting stages upon stages, headlining his own international shows and more.
The BET award-winner has really carved different niche for himself more or less proving to all and sundry that he is not a local champion.
Since the beginning of the year, Stonebwoy has been out of the country playing for several shows, engaging himself in more international link-ups.
After sharing stage with multiple award-winning American singer Lauryn Hill, Stonebwoy received various positive reviews after this performance.
Content manager and presenter at Pluzz Fm and manager of Kwame Dzokoto, Nana Otu Gyandoh has also pat Stonebwoy on the back for his achievements so far, and according to him Stonebwoy is just not for the Ghanaian stage anymore.
He added that maybe he should just once in a while come into the country and mount a local stage but he should now consider playing more international gigs because he has it all to rock any stage, anywhere.
Disclosing on his show on Sunday, he said, “Bruv, Stonebwoy is gone, forget it. Stonebwoy is just not for the Ghanaian market anymore. The materials in him are just not for the Ghanaian market anymore, you should have seen him perform at the Lauryn Hill TiDal concert.”
He continued, “I watched the live stream by TiDal, and you should have seen the way the camera captured him and the reaction of the fans. Bruv, the guy is far gone, far gone.” He disclosed.
Nana Otu Gyandoh has been one serious critic of Stonebwoy, so with this words coming out from his mouth, it really mean a lot for Stonebwoy.