This is Anloga Junction Review from newsghana. As Ghanaian music strives to get recognized in the world, Dancehall star Stonebwoy, has set the pace with a ruthless fourth studio album titled “Anloga Junction”.
The 15-track set opens with “Le Gba Gbe” a classic and masterpiece in ”Ewe” dialect which shows the diversity of the Ghanaian seeking a global outreach.
Stonebwoy’s eloquence and his admiration for African cultural diplomacy is illuminated with African Party and Idol tracks eulogizing the African beauty with traditional percussions with some exciting groove.
In reviewing the ‘Anloga Junction Review’ on the track “Nkuto” track featuring legendary Ghanaian Highlife musician Kojo Antwi contains some heartwarming words in the Twi dialect in highlife reggae banger and some stunning lyrics coupled with Kojo Antwi’s silky and powerful voice reliving his good old days in his illustrious career.
For those getting ready to step onto the dance floor, “Critical” featuring Nigerian artiste Zlatan would keep your feet wobbling in an infectious classic Afro-beat.
Stonebwoy demonstrates his singing prowess on mid-tempo ”Nominate” track featuring American singer Keri Hilson with some inspirational love lyrics that would heal hearts.
Other songs on the album include Bow Down, Motion, Only Love, Good Morning, Strength and Hope, Black Madonna, Motion, Ever Lasting, Critical, Understand, and Journey.
Stonebwoy prior to album release was optimistic that the album would cross borders at a time where the world is paying attention to Africa.
Stonebwoy adds that the title ”Anloga Junction” was inspired by the representation of home genres as well as the West.
The highlights of the Anloga Junction album(review) represent hard work, talents, forward-thinking perseverance which exemplifies a real Afro-beat classic.