Music is in Ghana is very big. One needs a full preparation before he or she cab venture into being a musician. The competition is very high. However all your fans want is a very good music that will touch their souls. There are a lot of wealth in the music industry. YouTube and other streaming websites can earn you big with more views out there. Let see the record broken by Stonebwoy few days ago.
The dancehall giant his broke the internet with this astonishing record. No Ghanaian musician has hit a million views on YouTube before in just a day. However, Stonebwoy's new song titled Blessing featuring Vic Mensah has made it all. In just a day, the song has hit more than a million view. This has made his fans very happy and also start to compare the record with the likes of Sarkodie and Shatta Wale.
However the likes on this song on YouTube is very few, just 12k. These makes fans talking whether Stonebwoy paid for his song to get more views because the likes on this song is so few as compared to others.
However this is a very fine record and let us see if King Sark will break this.
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