Ghanaian Dancehall act Stonebwoy has recently warmed the hearts of Ghanaian music fans after the release of his first gibberish music song titled ‘Putuu’.

In spite of the song being lyrically empty, Stonebwoy has been endorsed by most music fans across the length and breadth of the country mainly as a result of its uniqueness and creativity.

The Founder and leader of the Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG), Percival Kofi Akpaloo has in a recent interview revealed that he could not agree more with most of Ghanaian music fans as he has also endorsed the BHIM nation president for his latest single.

Speaking in an interview on Hot 93.9 FM’s ‘Maakye’ show hosted by Boamah Darko on Wednesday 29th July, Mr. Akpaloo indicated that he will encourage the youth to do songs like “Putuu” —on the basis of its creativity when he is elected into power.

“I have no problem with the ‘Putuu’ song…The lyrics do not always matter, if the song has a good beat. Anybody in Liberia would dance to it regardless of their understanding–as long as the song is danceable…Stonebwoy has done well… It is on the hearts of the IPP to invest in the youth when we come into power so that they can come up with songs like this and go international”. He said.

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