One of Africa’s biggest dancehall artists, Stonebwoy’s songs have resonated far beyond his native Ghana. Stonebwoy scored his first hits in 2012 with “Climax” and “Ghetto Love,” both of which were nominated for Ghana Music Awards. In 2015, he was named Best International Act at the BET Awards, and he also won the first of four straight Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year honors at the Ghana Music Awards. He guested on “Reggae Night,” the closing track from Jamaican reggae group Morgan Heritage’s Grammy-nominated 2017 album, Avrakedabra. When his LP Epistles of Mama debuted at No. 13 on the World Albums chart, Stonebwoy became the first-ever Ghanaian artist to land on a Billboard chart. “Nominate,” the lead single from his 2020 album, Anloga Junction, featured R&B singer Keri Hilson and reached No. 19 on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart.Among his many collaborations, he has teamed up with such dancehall icons as Sean Paul, Beenie Man, and Collie Buddz, along with fellow African star Burna Boy. The internationally renowned music website Reggaeville named Angola Junction Album of the Year for 2020.