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Stonebwoy’s ‘Epistles Of Mama’ album rated number 2 in the world

Award-winning Ghanaian dancehall act, Stonebwoy seems to have really started this year on high note.

His new album ‘Epistles Of Mama (EOM)’ has been rated the second best album in the world. His spot is above that of Damian Marley’s ‘Stony Hill’ album.

The ranking was done by readers of Reggaeville, the world’s biggest gathering of reggae lovers and fans on the internet. Taking the first place on the list was Chronixx’s ‘Chronology’. Stonebwoy’s ‘Epistles of Mama’ was released on December 12, 2017.

The double disk project is made up of 24 songs – 12 Dancehall/Reggae songs and 12 Afrobeat songs.

Featuring on the album are artistes such as; Sean Paul, Burna Boy, Sarkodie, Efya, King Promise, Edem and Joey B.

Stonebwoy, in an interview with Red Bull explained that“It’s inspired by the good morals, the teachings, the lessons, the anguish and the smiles of life. All the important things in life which are passed on to us by our mothers.”

The album is dedicated to the memory of his mother, Catherine Satekla, who died in 2015.

Below is the list of theTop five winners at the 2017 Regaeville Poll;

  1. Chronixx – Chronology
  2. Stonebwoy – Epistles Of Mama
  3. Damian Jr Gong Marley – Stony Hill
  4. Cidade Verde Sounds – Umdo12
  5. Hempress Sativa – Unconquerebel

Source: ghafla.com

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