Jamaican reggae legend Buju Banton showered praises on Stonebwoy as he detailed his relationship with the Ghanaian music star.
Buju Banton in a conversation on 3Music’s ‘3hread Special’ program revealed the story behind his friendship with Stonebwoy, claiming that the “Into the Future” hitmaker used to clean his guitar some years ago during his stay in Ghana.
According to him, this happened two decades ago when he was in his teenage years and learning to play the guitar.
“When I was in my early 20’s, when I just started playing guitar, I couldn’t tune my own guitar, so this kid comes to the house and cleaned all my guitars and stuffs”— Buju Banton said.
When asked about a potential collaboration between him and Stonebwoy, the 50-year-old musician replied that time would truly manifest itself.
Apparently with his current age, Stonebwoy, who is much younger, was only nine years old during that period when he began building his solid relationship with the Caribbean singer.
As a result, Stonebwoy and Buju Banton have met on three different occasions. They first crossed paths in 2019 at the Afro Nation Festival in Portugal and again in 2021 in Jamaica.
They went ahead and worked together on “Survivor Riddim” project by Buju with a song titled ‘CrossRoads” which featured other Jamaican artistes such as Chronic Law, Richie Spice and others.
Meanwhile Buju Banton’s praise for Stonebwoy has garnered reactions from many, with some acknowledging Stonebwoy’s humble beginnings, while others are less familiar with the story line from Buju.
Jahwill Tuffseed reacted by saying; Bwoy actually started this ragga thing when he was in class 5 at Ashaiman Government school so I’m not surprised
Kpekpo Maxwell Justice also reacted ‘Beautiful’
AJ Patrick Perry: Like for real?? woooooow
Williams Appiah Mensah: ‘Absolutely amazing
Bismark Ahiable: ‘The story no clear. Stone used to tune his guitar in Ghana or Jah?.