Ghanaian sensational afro dancehall artiste Stonebwoy Burnington has joined the list of musicians who have found themselves not just doing music but acting in movies as well. Stonebwoy was featured in his first ever professional movie “HAPPY DEATH DAY” which was directed by Kobi Rana.
Speaking in an interview with Kobby Drill on LOUD IN GH on Sky 96.7 Mhz in Sunyani, Stonebwoy said acting was nothing new to him as it has always been one of his talents since childhood.
“I use to act plays when growing up so acting is no new thing to me” he said.
Speaking on the new movie, the “Baafira” hit maker stated that acting in the movie didn’t come as a challenge at all since as he went through almost the same processes just like shooting a music video.
“I acted as stonebwoy, I acted as me, and so it wasn’t that difficult” – He said.
When asked whether he will take acting as a full time profession, Stonebwoy responded in the affirmative and further explained that music and movies form part of entertainment and that it would be a good combination to do both hence movie producers should cast him for more movie roles.
He also gave a hint of his new album “Necessary Evil” which drops before the year ends and a documentary he is working on which will be out early next year
Speaking on the response so far on his new single “Baafira” which features award winning rapper Sarkodie, Stonebwoy was happy at the waves the song is making and is hopeful the song picks up some awards with the song.