U.S based Billboard magazine has given props to Ghanaian dancehall star Stonebwoy over his recent tribute to the fight against racism in the United States.
Billboard posted an article praising Stonebwoy for his commitment to fighting for the rights of African Americans.
Stonebwoy, during his performance at the ‘Billboard Live at Home’ concert paid tribute to murdered U.S citizen George Floyd and all those protesting his murder in the U.S.
Stonebwoy’s quote, “We stand against racism in any case,” was highlighted by the magazine.
Stonebwoy has now responded to Billboard’s recognition of his effort to fight racism by posting a screenshot of the article.
He wrote: “I’m Proud To Be BLACK. I’m Displeased With All The Wrong Doings To People Of Color. The Fight is Against RACISM. Not Against HUMANITY. #LetsStandTogether,”
Stonebwoy is having a positive run with Billboard recently after also being adjudged the third most-streamed Ghanaian artiste over the past 12 months by Billboard.
Hi album, ‘Anloga Junction’, also recently set a record after debuting on the Billboard digital sales chart.