Nigerian and Ghanaian Collaborated Tracks That Became an Instant Hit
Recently a Ghanaian artist by the name Stonebwoy has come out to put social media on fire after he made a statement against the Giant of Africa (Nigeria), and it’s of no doubt that the Nigerian music industry is the largest in Africa.
Nigerian artistes might dominate, but Ghanaian musician Stonebwoy is of the opinion that Nigerian artists can’t achieve success on their own without passing through Ghana.
Stonebwoy who happens to be an Afropop and Reggae artiste made this known while speaking during an Instagram live session with Nigerian media personality Do2dtun.
According to Stonebwoy, Nigerian music acts always need to be baptized in Ghana before they achieve fame, and no Ghanaian artistes need Nigeria to blow in their country.
Using Nigerian star Mr Eazi as an example, he said the “Surrender” crooner had to sing in Ghana for a while to broaden his fan base.
But then why is Mr Eazi always on the mockery list? Well, this will be a topic for another day.
Stonebwoy said: “Nigerians always have to pass through Ghana before they blow. There’s a blessing here in Ghana. No Ghanaian artiste has ever gone to Nigeria to qualify to blow but Nigerians always have to move to Ghana.”
Stonebwoy’s comments didn’t go down well with Nigerians, and they were quick to blast him on social media – Nigerians are sure good at getting back to people on social media, we need medals for that.
Below is a list of Nigerian-Ghanaian Collaborated Tracks That Became an Instant Hit.
Tony Tetuila – Two Women (feat. VIP)
Mr Eazi – Skin Tight (feat. Efya)
2Face – My Love (feat VIP)
R2Bees – Kiss Your Hand (feat Wande Coal)
Patoranking – No Kissing Baby (feat Sarkodie)
Wizkid – Daddy yo (feat. Efya)
R2bees -Slow Down (feat Wizkid)
Now, over to you, we need more instant hit Nigeria – Ghana collaborations, kindly use the comment section.
Stay tuned for Nigeria – South Africa Instant hit collabo!