Tags : Stonebwoy – Putuu

Patapaa Drops Official Video Of His Remake Of Stonebwoy’s Putuu

Ghanaian artiste Justice Amoah, better known as Patapaa Amisty A.K.A Patapeezy, has released a cover of Stonebwoy’s Putuu song featuring Botie. Not long ago, the CEO of Burniton Music Group released his “Putuu” song which received backlash as well as praise from people in and outside the music industry. Among the backlashes was one from […]Read More

Stonebwoy Pulls Massive Crowd In Ashaiman As He Steps Out

Ghanaian dancehall singer, Livingstone Etse Satekla, better known by his stage name Stonebwoy, attracted massive crowd today while going to register for in the new voter identification exercise. A video sighted by Zionfelix.net captured the “Putuu” singer in an SUV and trying to meander his way through the thick human traffic as he continually waved […]Read More

This is Gibberish; Come Out With Something Special So That

Kumawood actor, UTV newscaster and television personality Akwesi Boadi better known as Akrobeto, has jabbed Stonebwoy and Patapaa for producing “gibberish” as music. Stonebwoy’s “Putuu” song has been the most talked-about song in recent times in Ghana, with a some of backlash on one hand and praise, on the other hand, coming with it. READ […]Read More

You Cannot Describe This Thing As Music – Ola Michael

Popular on-air personality, Ola Michael, has found it hard to understand why many people are jamming to Stonebwoy’s viral Putuu song when he clearly feels it is not the standard for music. While speaking on a radio show with panelists Abena Moet and comedian Lekzy, Ola Michaels said he was not going to consider the […]Read More

Riddim Boss Is A Producer And Should’ve Known Better –

Riddim Boss’ statement labelling Stonebwoy’s latest song ‘Putuu’ as trash has been contended by some musically inclined individuals. Disagreeing with him on his statement was Mr Logic, who explained the category of the song as mumble humming and gibberish song—which is accepted internationally. Joining the discussion to vie Riddim Boss’ assertion was a popular Ghanaian […]Read More