Stonebwoy was ‘Stoppable’ after all? Well, a new report indicates that he would no longer be performing today at the VGMA Nominees jam happening inside Cape Coast today. Recall, yesterday we published an article stating that he has been added to the list of artistes who would be performing at the jam after he was initially taken off when a letter was sent to Charterhouse, the organizers asking if they booked Stonewboy.
Just yesterday another press release was circulating on Social media again warning the public to desist from dealing directly with Stonebwoy should anyone need his services. The release sent out by lawyers for the record label, emphatically stressed that Stonebwoy was still under contract with Zylofon Music and for that matter, the record label must be informed should anyone decide to work with him.
We mentioned in our article yesterday that, we didn’t know if Stonebwoy was finally booked the right way but because of the caption he had initially used for his post on Facebook, it sort of created the impression that, he still decided to jump on the VGMA nominees jam without approval from Zylofon Media, which explains why another press release had to be sent out again warning the public.
In a new press statement released by the organisers of the VGMA, Charter has announced Samini as the one to be replacing Stonebwoy as he was initially not on the list. The mentioned all the artistes who would be performing on the night without the mention of Stonebwoy.
As this stage, we can’t conclude if indeed Stonebwoy was taken off because of Zylofon’s interference or he did so personally or Charterhouse just concluded that they didn’t need him anymore—Or some cour threats from Zylofon?
Well, we can’t conclude anything but we would try and get comments from all camps and update you. Read below the full statement as issued by Charter House.
23rd March 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ALL SET FOR THE 19TH VODAFONE GHANA MUSIC AWARDS NOMINEES JAM!
At the 19th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Press Briefing on Friday 9th February, 2018 at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra, CEO of Charterhouse Ghana, Mrs Theresa Ayoade outlined the calendar of events for the season with a key component being the date and venue for this year’s nominees jam.
Initially slated for Saturday 24th March at the Jubilee Park in Cape Coast, the much anticipated jam had to be rescheduled to today, 23rd for reasons including possible challenges with live transmission on TV3, the official TV partner for the 19th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
With a line-up of some of the hottest acts on the nominee list for this year’s VGMAs, Charterhouse Productions, in collaboration with headline partner, Vodafone are happy to announce that all is set for the biggest outdoor jam to hit the Central Region in 2018!
Live on the big stage tonight in Cape Coast are celebrated and award winning R&B duo, R2Bees, King Promise, Lynx Entertainment lads, Kidi and Kuami Eugene, Gospel Queens, Patience Nyarko and Gifty Osei, the Prince of Tadi, Kofi Kinaata and the undisputed King of African Dancehall, Samini!
The show will be hosted by GHOne TV’s Amanda Jissih with DJ Andy Dosty and the Patch Bay Band making sure the music never stops.
Another key excitement point for tonight’s jam is that keen contest between the UNSUNG ACTS who have all prepped up to set the stage ablaze;
From DopeNation to Royal Chris, O’Bkay to Real MC and Kelvinboy to Dhatgyal, it promises to be a night of nonstop entertainment.
The 19th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is produced by events giants Charterhouse with support from Media General, Yfm, Dusk Capital, DSTV, KPMG and Movenpick Ambassador Hotel.
It is proudly sponsored by telecoms giants, Vodafone!