Stonebwoy undoubtedly one of the best dancehall artistes in Ghana and multiple awards winner, he is not always on the news for the bad reasons. But now there is a controversy about his new single Blessing which was released last Friday.
Last Friday the dancehall God released a new single Blessing which features Ghanaian-American artiste Vic Mensa . The new single on it first day of release on various streaming platforms including YouTube hit 1 million view breaking Yaw Tog sore remix video record.
Some section of the Ghanaian population are raising concern , claiming Stonebwoy must have bought the views because the dancehall God has features many prominent artiste and are Grammy nominees ,winners but were not able to get a million view in a single day.
Vic Mensa who is not even a Bet nominee got a million view a day with him Stonebwoy. He featured Sean Paul of Jamaica in most Original ,it took the video more than a month to hit a million view and also featured Keri Hilson Nominate it took the video some days to hit a million view on YouTube .
Now the question they are asking is, is Vic Mensa more famous and popular than Sean Paul ,Keri Hilson and lot more. That means stonebwoy must have bought the view just to beat Yaw Tog.
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