Ghanaian dancehall act, Stonebwoy has disclosed on Jamaica’s National TV that he runs dancehall music in Ghana.

In an interview on Jamaica’s National TV, ‘On Stage’ with host Winford Williams, the award winning dancehall act explained that he is the man lifting Ghanaian dancehall music because he has been an inspiration to many young acts due to the work he’s put into Dancehall music in Ghana.

When asked about his music career in Ghana, Stonebwoy stated, “Ghana music is at a point, especially for me I’m at a certain height everybody is looking up to…from predecessors and even my own young fellow artistes. At this point, I represent the Reggae, Dancehall & Afrobeats that everybody is gravitating to that energy right now… I put in a lot of work because I know people are watching and getting inspired, with the lyrics, the melody and the vibe.”

Answering a question whether he is in the top ten dancehall artistes in Ghana, the ‘BET Award for Best International Act replied, “Definitely number one (1)… In Ghana, the afrobeats sound in West Africa is Ghana sound so that’s the foundation. The Afro/Dancehall music in Ghana is run by me. My song is number 1 in my country, Ghana and 7th on the MTV Africa list and that is huge; the whole West Africa, my song, Enkulenu is the 7th song on the chat. I’ve even won BET Award & Others.”

Stonebwoy’s journey in the music industry is one filled with hard-earned successes, and it doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon.

The “Go Higher” hit-maker was seen with Jamaican renowned act, I Octaine and this might be a sign that the two might be planning a production together.