Stonebwoy’s “Anloga Junction” album has received a lot of great reviews and praises since its release.
The newest person to approve the album is the first Grammy-nominated Ghanaian musician, Rocky Dawuni.
According to the internationally acclaimed reggae artist, ‘Anloga Junction’ has the potential to receive a Grammy nomination.
In an interview with Amansan Krakye on GBC Radio Central, Rocky Dawuni stated:
“In the Grammys getting a nomination is as powerful as getting the award itself. It took Ghana about 50 years to get a Grammy nomination so it won’t be difficult to get another nomination. Stonebwoy’s album has the potential and possibility to get a Grammy nomination.
“But what we need to know is that with every album you have about 20,000 voting members who are all musicians spread around the world. So everyone’s case is different and what everyone perceives to be a great album according to their opinion is different,” he stated.
Rocky was also quick to add that “Anloga Junction” is not the only Ghanaian album worthy of a Grammy nomination.
“It’s not only Stonebwoy’s album but there are a lot of albums which have been released by Ghanaian artistes that deserve a nomination in the Grammys,” he added.
Africa’s most revered reggae/ragga & dance-hall recording and performing artiste, Stonebwoy, is yet to release a very big project dubbed, Anloga Junction the Album.
The Black Entertainment TV (BET) award-winning artiste, linked up with Jamaican dance-hall juggernaut; Jahmeil, Legendary American singer; Keri Hilson, Ghanaian Highlife pioneer; Kojo Antwi (Mr. Music Man), Sensational Nigerian afro-beats star; Zlatan, multiple award-winning South African rapper signed on to DEF Jam Records; Nasty C, Dutch singer; Chivv, fast-rising dancehall singjay; Alicai Harley for this new studio project which is due for, April 24.