Stonebwoy listed amongst 2020 Most Influential Young Africans in Entertainment

Curated to recognise young Africans for their outstanding contributions towards the development of Africa in a diverse range of fields, Africa’s most revered Reggae & dancehall Icon with international presence and reputation, Stonebwoy

 

Curated to recognise young Africans for their outstanding contributions towards the development of Africa in a diverse range of fields, Africa’s most revered Reggae & dancehall Icon with international presence and reputation, Stonebwoy, listed amongst the 2020 Most Influential Young Africans in entertainment – a publication by Leading PR & Rating firm, Avance Media and Africa Youth Awards.

 

He was listed based on his Excellence in Leadership & Performance, Personal accomplishments, Commitment to sharing knowledge, Breaking the Status Quo and being an accomplished young African.

 

The 5th annual publication features 7 young ministers from across the continent, including Angola’s Finance Minister, Vera Esperança dos Santos Daves, Rwanda’s ICT Minister, Paula Ingabire, Sudan’s Minister of Youth, Wala’a Essam al-Boushi and Namibia’s deputy ICT minister, Emma Inamutila Theofelus.

 

 

With a record 49 females and 51 males represented from 29 African countries, the list also features notable faces such as Davido, Peace Hyde, Bobi Wine, Aya Chebbi, Caster Semenya and climate change activists Vanessa Nakate & Nisreen Elsaim.

 

Stonebwoy normally ragga in Jamaican Patois (Patwa or Patwah), and is considered a “multifaceted rapper” due to the various musical styles he possesses. In 2015, he received many awards and nominations ranging from “Artist of the Year” to “Album of the Year”. His sophomore album, Necessary Evil, was the recipient of 3 Ghana Music Awards from 6 nominations.

 

Known by birthright name as Livingstone Etse Satekla, the Ghanaian Afropop, dance hall and reggae singer is the CEO of Burniton Music Group. He won the Best International Act: Africa category at the 2015 BET Awards and Artist of the Year at the 2015 Ghana Music Awards. He is also a recipient of two billboard plaques. He has been described as the king of reggae and dance hall artists in Africa.

 

In 2019, he was listed as part of the 2019 50 (fifty) young CEOs, by YCEO and Avance media. The list which was launched earlier in 2018, was set out to honor distinguished young individuals pursuing the course of providing solutions to some of Ghana’s pertinent problems. In September 2019, he was made the brand ambassador for Voltic Natural Mineral Water, in a deal that could be renewed after two years.

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