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Bulldog Throws Support For Stonebwoy To Win Artist Of The Year.


Former manager of Shatta Wale, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson known widely as Bulldog has tipped Bhim Nation’s president Stonebwoy to win the 2015 artist of the year award at the yet to be held Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.


The reigning artist of the year according to Bulldog was impeccable in the year under review and therefore has no problem coming out victorious on the night.

In a post on his official facebook page, he wrote


I was part of a school of thought that thought Sarkodie should have won Artiste of the year last year based on the writings on the wall at the time.

BHIM NATION president won and it was good for the Reggae & Dancehall fraternity, making it the second time in succession a reggae and dancehall act had won.

It followed with countless award nominations around the world, he won almost all and made Ghanaian Reggae and Dancehall proud with international collaborations and performances.

His musical strides in 2015 was impeccable. History will repeat itself.



‪#‎grateful‬ ‪#‎thywillbedone‬ ‪#‎killdemwithlove‬ ‪#‎sikanhyira


Nominations for the 2015 VGMA’s has however been opened with the board yet to decide whether to accept dancehall artist Shatta Wale’s nomination forms after the latter dragged the award scheme to the cleaners for being biased in their decisions.

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Stonebwoy is yet to react to Bulldog’s statement.


Source : EOnlineGhana.Com

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