Dancehall/Reggae Artiste of the Year, Stonebwoy has revealed that while winning a Grammy Award is a dream of his, he maintains a non-obsessive attitude towards it.
In an interview with Amansan Krakye during an appearance on Cape Coast-based Property FM, he emphasized that his true obsession lies in consistently delivering his best work.
According to Stonebwoy, the Grammy Awards is an important platform but his main goal is to connect with audiences and deliver music that resonates deeply.
“Obsession is a big no. I mean, I’m not obsessed with winning the Grammys or any other awards for that matter, but my obsession will rather be that I always want to continue to deliver my best,” Stonebwoy said.
The acclaimed artist who is promoting his 5th Dimension Album disclosed that he was fully grounded in his pursuit of creating music that resonates with diverse audiences, transcending borders and placing Ghanaian culture on the map.
“That I’ll be able to push Ghana music forward and I’ll be able to express my talent and to be able to win the heart of people and be on all the biggest stages I can ever imagine delivering a musical message to the world,” he said.
While Stonebwoy acknowledged the potential of the Grammy Awards to elevate his sound and dreams to a global audience, he remains grounded and realistic. He stated that considering the Grammys as a priority above his core dream would be impractical.
“It will continue to propel my sound and my dreams to the world and I’ll be able to continue to do that but to say the Grammys is above that dream is not realistic,” he disclosed.