STONEBWOY NEW ALBUM RELEASING TODAY: “EPISTLES OF MAMA”

Multi award winning Ghanaian artist STONEBWOY has been making waves across the world with his brand of afro-pop driven reggae and dancehall over the last few years, picking up plaudits far and wide including from the likes of BBC, CNN, MTV, BET and lots more. Off the back of hosting a packed out UK listening party at Red Bull Studios last week, Stonebwoy announces the release of his highly anticipated new album ‘Epistles Of Mama (EOM)’ out 12th December.

His 3rd studio album and the first of its kind, ‘Epistles Of Mama’ or #EOM is a double album consisting of 12 reggae songs and 12 afrobeats tracks. The ambitious project sees Stonebwoy bring together these 2 genres in one package with some specials collaborations with some of the scene’s finest including; SEAN PAUL, SARKODIE, BURNA BOY, KABAKA PYRAMID, I-OCTANE and much more. STONEBWOY explains the thinking behind the duality of the album: “I wanted to reach out across the world, to all the lovers reggae and all the lovers of afrobeats and to bring these 2 genres together in one place.”

The theme of motherhood is key to the album, and is a message that pins many of the tracks together. Dedicated to his Mother and the morals and guidance that all mothers instil in their children, Stonebwoy explains: “It’s inspired by the good morals, the teachings, the lessons, the anguish and the smiles of life – All the important things in life which are passed on to us by our mothers.”

The album was released today and totally obliterated the ITUNES CHARTS in Ghana, claiming the top 24 spots in the single sales in front of ED SHEERAN and BEYONCE. Make sure you follow this young prodigy on his path to greatness.

STONEBWOY – “Epistles of Mama” (ZYLOFON MUSIC 2017)

Spotify link: https://open.spotify.com/album/2rjgmSQ3HscQwAvQKnzi4I
Itunes link: https://itunes.apple.com/gh/album/epistles-of-mama/1319044346

AVAILABILITIES: STONEBWOY has already been confirmed for Europe’s biggest reggae festival SUMMERJAM and is available for the summer festival period.