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I can never be better than Samini – Stoneboy

Reggae and dance-hall artiste, Livingstone Satekla, popularly known as Stoneboy has indicated that there is no way he can be better than Samini, from whose camp he will be releasing his debut album.

In an exclusive interview on Hitz FM’s morning show, Daybreak Hitz with Lexis Bill, Stoneboy stated that outshining the man who has taught him ‘the rudiments of the music industry’ will be a daunting task.

When Stoneboy, who was discovered by Samini, was asked his competition in his genre of music, he mentioned Samini but emphasised that there is no way he can be better than Samini since he is his boss.

“It’s only after graduating and finding my feet in the industry that would give me the chance to compete but until then, I am where I need to be” Stoneboy said.

He, however, hinted that there might be a possible move from Samini music sooner or later.

News circulated a couple of months ago about a rift between the young dance-hall artiste and his mentor which was fuelled by the delay in the release of his debut album.

He refuted all allegations and affirmed that he is working hand in hand with Samini Music, who are involved in the launch of the album this weekend.

Stoneboy indicated that his album was ready three years ago and blamed the delay in releasing it on managerial challenges. “I think God’s time is the best and this is the best time for me to release the album so I’m ready now”.

Stoneboy will thus launch his debut album on Saturday, 3rd March at the Silverbird Stores.

The event which is strictly by invitation would be followed by a rave for his fans and the general public on an unannounced date.

According to Stoneboy, the album has had to go through a lot of refining because of the commercial success he wanted his music to achieve.

He believes good rhythms and melodies coupled with a unique style are enough to satisfy those who choose to listen to his music.

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