The acclaimed Dancehall artist, Livingstone Etse Satekla, widely known as Stonebwoy, has voiced his desire to collaborate with global sensations Taylor Swift and Rihanna.
During an interview on Starr Chat with Bola Ray, Stonebwoy expressed his eagerness to broaden his musical influence across diverse markets. He believes that featuring A-list artists like Taylor Swift and Rihanna would significantly enhance the success of his songs on the international stage.
“I’m looking forward to collaborating with Taylor Swift and Rihanna,” Stonebwoy declared during the interview, highlighting his dedication to breaking new ground in the music industry.
Beyond his musical ambitions, Stonebwoy urged fellow artists and industry stakeholders to understand the intricacies of the music business, emphasizing that it extends beyond mere artistry and fame.
He emphasized, “This (music) goes beyond music thinking; this goes beyond fame, it’s business.” Expanding his perspective, Stonebwoy delved into the complex dynamics of love and hate within the entertainment industry.
He shared his view on the dual nature of these emotions, stating, “Hate is just like death; it is part of life. Hate is part of love because some people don’t know how to love you, so they hate you to love you.”
Recognizing the challenges posed by negativity, Stonebwoy encouraged artists to rise above such obstacles, underscoring the importance of navigating through the complexities of the industry. Despite the difficulties, he stressed the significance of extracting valuable lessons from experiences and maintaining resilience.
“In dealing with such a situation, you have to rise above the normal to be able to understand and navigate through it,” Stonebwoy shared, reinforcing the idea that hate is intertwined with love in the intricate realm of the entertainment world.