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Stonebwoy grabs Grammy Awards ‘nomination’

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Stonebwoy has been nominated for 2018 Grammy Awards organised in United States of America (USA).

The Bhim Nation president has been nominated but not as in himself but at the back of good work done for Morgan Heritage.

The 2015 VGMA artiste of the year and Nigeria’s Timaya made collaborative contribution on Morgan Heritage’s ‘Avrakedabra’ album.

The song on which both artiste appears ‘Reggae Night (GlobalRemix), was released on May 19, 2017, and also features Bunji Garlin, Stylo G, Rock, DreZion & Jaheim.

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“Avrakadabra” is up for ‘Best Reggae Album’ in the 2018 Grammy Awards, alongside ‘Chronology’ by Chronixx, ‘Lost In Paradise’ by Common Kings, ‘Wash House Ting’ by J Boog, and ‘Stony Hill’ by Damian Marley. Stonebwoy and Timaya joined the band on tour in 2015 and is spoken highly of by them.

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The “Enku Lenu” man joins other global reggae stars as Gentleman, Ziggy Marley, Inner Circle, Tarrus Riley, Chris Martin, Jahmiel, Charly Black among others for next year’s edition of the Summer Jam festival slated for July 6th – July 8th.

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Stonebwoy took to his official Facebook account to announce this awesome news to his over million followers.

He wrote:

With This Nomination, We Just Made It As The Second Ghanaian To Reach The Grammys, featured On The Album #AVRAKADABRA By @morganheritage For #BestReggaeAlbum At The Grammys @recordingacademy #bhimnationglobal???????????????? #EOM121217 #BhimConcert22Dec.

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