“Let’s Not Sleep On This One” – Stonebwoy Calls On Ghanaians To Support Shatta Wale Amid Beyoncé Feature.


Livingstone Etse Satekla, better known by his stage name Stonebwoy has called on Ghanaians to support his music genre mate, Shatta Wale to help push Ghana music to the global market.

The Ghanaian dancehall and reggae artiste congratulated Shatta Wale when it was announced that He featured on Beyoncé’s upcoming album, The Lion King: The Gift.

“Congrats On This One.. Chaiiii Ghana Let’s Not Sleep On This One @shattawalegh features On @thelionking Track List As The Only Ghanaian Out of 10000 Nigerians #DemDead #Ghana2TheWorld #PaaPaa another One for the Genre #AfroDancehallReggae #BhimNationEndorsed!!” The CEO of Burniton Music Group tweeted

Beyoncé described her album which featured many African Artists with Shatta Wale being the only Ghanaian Artist on it as “a love letter to Africa” and also explained how she was able to evoke a new genre of music through soundscapes that paint a picture of what unfolds in the movie.

Check out the full track list below


01 Beyoncé – “Bigger”

02 Beyoncé – “Find Your Way Back (Circle Of Life)”

03 Tekno, Yemi Alade, & Mr. Eazi – “Don’t Jealous Me”

04 Burna Boy – “Ja Ara E”

05 Beyoncé & Kendrick Lamar – “The Nile”

06 Beyoncé, Jay-Z, & Childish Gambino – “Mood 4 Eva”

07 Salatiel, Pharrell, & Beyoncé – “Water”

08 Blue Ivy Carter, St. Jhn, Wizkid, & Beyoncé – “Brown Skin Girl”

09 Tiwa Savage & Mr. Eazi – “Keys To The Kingdom”

10 Beyoncé – “Otherside”

11 Beyoncé & Shatta Wale – “Already”

12 Tierra Whack, Beyoncé, Busiswa, Yemi Alade, & Moonchild Sanelly – “My Power”

13 070 Shake & Jessie Reyez – “Scar”

14 Beyoncé – “Spirit”

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