Livingston Etse Satekla, better known by his stage name Stonebwoy, claims that his wife, Dr. Louisa Ansong, influences his musical taste.
The “Putuu” hitmaker claimed that because “she understands her business,” he plays her his songs so she can give him feedback.
When he forced her to listen to one of the brand-new albums he was preparing to release, he recounted an experience.
She has a strong interest in music, and she will inform me if something sounds too high. She thought it sounded too high for me when I was playing a new album only yesterday, he stated on Daybreak Hitz with Sammy Forson on Hitz FM.
The five-time winner of the Reggae/Dancehall Artist of the Year went on to say that he frequently needs to persuade her that the sound is appropriate before she agrees.
No, it’s not that high for me, I can sing it right now, it’s just that it sounds that way, and you know the song is made up of low and high tones, so it’s just because it sounds that way.
Stonebwoy, who wed his wife on June 16, 2017, said he occasionally has to give in to her critiques.
Sometimes it won’t be convincing to her, so I explain to her that it will be made to feel a little airy throughout the mixing and mastering process so it doesn’t sound too high.
Currently, Stonebwoy is touring the media to promote his festival, “Ashaiman to da World.”
The occasion is scheduled for September 3, 2022. At Sakasaka Park in Ashaiman, it will happen.