Ghana’s dancehall icon, Stonebwoy, has set the music world abuzz with the exciting news that his latest album, “5th Dimension,” is currently under consideration for the prestigious Grammy Awards. The artist took to Facebook to share this fantastic development, expressing his gratitude for the opportunity to tell his story through his art.
Stonebwoy’s statement read, “The 5th Dimension is here, and I have been blessed and remain thankful to be able to tell my story and that of many around me through my art and my sound. The journey continues and is being considered for this year’s @recordingacademy #GRAMMY awards! #5thdimension #ghana #foryourgrammyconsideration.”
“5th Dimension,” which was released on April 28th, has garnered massive attention and praise worldwide. With millions of streams on platforms like Spotify and Audiomack, the album showcases Stonebwoy’s exceptional ability to seamlessly fuse various genres and cultures, making it a unique and globally resonant work.
The 17-track album features collaborations with both local and international artists, including British rapper Stormzy, Grammy award-winning African singer Angelique Kidjo, Nigerian Afrobeats icon Davido, South African DJ Maphorisa, and Jamaican reggae rapper Shaggy, along with Dexta Daps from Jamaica, and Mereba and Jaz Karis from the US and UK, respectively.
“5th Dimension” marks the fifth body of work from the Bhim president, and its consideration for a Grammy Award is a testament to Stonebwoy’s exceptional talent and contributions to the world of music.