Ghanaian dancehall act, Emmanuel Samini, has revealed that if anything concerning music should occur between he and his godson, Stonebwoy, then it should be a party song collaboration and not a beef or musical clash.
Samini, for some time now seemed to have had issues with Stonebwoy for accepting a duel between himself (Stonebwoy) and Shatta Wale. According to Samini that duel should have been between the two of them and not the latter and Shatta.
He therefore added that he doesn’t see Stonebwoy and him (Samini) having a head on sound clash in a competitive bout because it is not necessary for “Father and Son” to get into such a squabble.
“I don’t see me and Stonebwoy having a ‘head on’ sound clash in a competitive bout because ‘Father & Son’ don’t have to do that, perhaps it would have to be a family vibe sort of with Stonebwoy on the microphone; if anything between me and Stonebwoy on the microphone it will be more like a party clash and not anything so serious”.
The “Linda” hitmaker added that anything between him and Stonebwoy still remains a family and that narrative will never change.
“It still remains a family thing between me and Stonebwoy forever. HighGrade Family and Bhim Nation are families forever and I won’t change that narrative.
Samini believes that the Assase City Sound Clash is the best thing to have happened to the dancehall genre in Ghana. In respect of this, he showed much respect to Asaase radio for such a wonderful initiative.
“I am proud of the genre I am part of. Aside from my concerns raised, I am singularly excited about this. It is the best thing to ever happen in the history of Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall music. And the bigger reason for the clash which is to crush COVID-19 even makes me doff my hat for Asaase Radio 99.5fm,” he stated.
SOURCE: ONESIPHORUS OBUOBI