Multiple award winning dancehall star, Stonebwoy, has stated that he feels he is too talented to align himself to only a particular genre of music.

The talented singer when asked during an interview on BBC on his kind of genre of music said he believes that limiting himself to one type of genre is boxing his talent.

He said;

" I trust that I am so talented that I can't box myself in one space. I am here to do music and so far so good, I know the world has accepted me to this level where I can jump on any song, any sound anywhere and represent me.So put me somewhere reggae, I will say yes. Put me somewhere dancehall, I will say yes. Put me somewhere afrobeats, I will say yes".

He further spoke on why he dedicated his newly released album, titled 'Epistles of Mama' to the memory of his mother.

Stonebwoy is set to hold a concert on December 22 at the Accra International Conference Centre for his album release which has already received massive applause by fans and music lovers.

The show features Rocky Dawuni, Samini, Mugeez, Joyce Blessing, Kumi Guitar and a host of others.

Listen to the audio below;

By: Farida Mohammed/