Afro-Dancehall Church Why to collaborate with Stonebwoy?

The singer seems to have been working underground with BET Award winner Stonebwoy if his recent Facebook photo posts is anything to go by.

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It takes most upcoming artistes donkey's years to break through the mainstream fraternity due to several factors. Such factors include the artiste's inability to satisfy listeners with exceptional tracks, failure to meet the current trend, duplicating talents and most of all, financial support to promote their tracks.

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Sarkodie and Stonebwoy are typical examples of Ghanaian top artistes who went through hustles and tussles as upcoming artistes before finally breaking through. But, South Africa based Ghanaian Dancehall act Church Why overlapped these tussles due to his eccentric talent -- especially his silky vocals.

He announced his full presence in the industry this year with a ground breaking Afrobeats/Dancehall vibe titled "Jah Jah Naagode" featuring Danny Beatz and followed up with "Higher Than Low" featuring Rashid Metal.

Church Why and Stonebwoy at MTV Base Africa Music Awards 2015 play Church Why and Stonebwoy

 

Since then, the Team Reality record label act has won the hearts of many Ghanaians and foreigners especially Afro-pop/Dancehall music lovers.

The singer seems to have been working underground with BET Award winner Stonebwoy if his recent Facebook posts is anything to go by. The Dancehall stars recently met at the just ended MTV Base Africa Music Awards held in South Africa and took a few shots together.

The elated singer shared a photo with the caption; "Team reality meets Bhim."  Though, Church Why and his management didn't disclose a future collaboration with Stonebwoy, we strongly believe the two Voltarians have something coming up soon.

Until then, we keep our fingers crossed.

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