African powerhouse and global trailblazer, Stonebwoy, takes home “Music Man of the Year” award at the 6th edition of the annual Exclusive Men of the Year (EMY) Africa Awards Premiere Ceremony. According to EMY Africa, he has been the most prolific and consistent personality in the music industry for the year under review.
The multiple award-winning Ghanaian reggae & dancehall artiste’s described as inspirational man with an enviable accomplished career who have made significant contributions to life in the Ghanaian community with his abilities, initiatives and music. He’s also celebrated as a father of steel and zeal, whose passion and dedication has rolled out major landmarks in the development of the creative industry.
He joins men like John Agyekum Kuffour, Sir Sam Jonah, Professor Joseph H.K. Nketia, Azumah Nelson and Adebola Williams, to be celebrated as the best in men’s achievements across local industry, community, culture and public service.
Stonebwoy has been quite active during the last 12 months. Months earlier, he wowed audiences at Yam Carnival, Afrocarnival, Afrojam, and Africa’s Most Beautiful. He launched his fourth album, “Anloga Junction,” in April of this year, and it has earned multiple international accolades, including Germany’s most prestigious “Reggaeville” Album of the Year award.
He announced new dates for his “Anloga Junction” UK tour. The 3-date trek, featuring Amaria BB and more guest performances, will take the multiple award-winning creator to theaters and venues across 3 cities in the U.K. He will perform at the O2 Academy Islington in London on November 21, the Academy 3 in Birmingham on November 25, and the O2 Institute 3 in Manchester on November 26.