Stonebwoy invites Oxlade for the remix of his song “Therapy”
Stonebwoy’s Requests To Recruit Nigeria’s Oxlade On The Remix Version Of His “Therapy” Song
Stonebwoy solicits Oxlade’s help for the remix of his “Therapy” song
Another Ghana and Nigerian collaboration is on the way as Livingstone Etse Satekla, better known as Stonebwoy, has expressed his intention to collaborate with Nigerian Afrobeat singer Oxlade on his “Therapy” single.
The Award-winning dancehall crooner graced the speakers of his followers and music enthusiasts with the smashing, which is steadily making outstanding success on the music market.
The song has dominated all digital streaming services and continues to project and extend its wings outside of Ghana’s boundaries, advancing Stonebwoy’s musical career.
Oxlade, a singer from Nigeria, posted the song on his Twitter page, and Stonebwoy responded by saying he wanted to work with him on the remix version.
See the tweet below:
— 1GAD (@stonebwoy) September 20, 2022
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Oxlade in the comment section dropped a handshake emoji which implied that he is up for the remix.
This won’t be Oxlade’s first Ghana Collaboration. Recall that he was featured on Sarkodie’s “Non-Living things” which was released in 2021.
In other news, Stonebwoy has praised Nigerian musicians for producing and creating catchy Amapiano and Afrobeat songs.
According to Stonebwoy, the house music genre known as Amapiano originated in South Africa but has since been improved upon by musicians from Nigeria. This comment was made by the 34-year-old when addressing the origins of Afrobeats.
In an interview with TheCable Lifestyle, the Sony Music musician stated that while Ghana should be credited with inventing Afrobeats, Nigeria should be credited with popularising the genre.