Nana Ama Mcbrown, Prince Bright, and fans on social media have lauded Stonebwoy for gifting veteran record producer, Agiecoat, a brand new car.
Stonebwoy over the weekend was on humanitarian duty as the Livingstone Foundation run by himself and his wife Louisa gifted Agiecoat a brand new Toyota car.
Agiecoat, born Nana Kwasi Asa, is a legendary music producer who held the fort during the experimental stages of Hiplife music in Ghana.
The producer is famed for his work on recognized masterpieces like George Darko’s Odo Colour, Buk Bak’s Klu Brofo, and Gonja Barracks, Kontihene’s Aketasia, Kokovelli’s Zazaza, 4X4, and a host of others.
Stonebwoy with his most trusted ally and biggest fan Ayisha Modi delivered to Agiecoat his new car.
Ayisha Modi afterward took to social media to thank Agiecoat for his role in sustaining the music industry and promised him more goodies for his contributions.
Many industry players have praised the CEO of the Burniton Music Group for his kind gesture.
According to Stonebwoy, he did not have to have worked with the legendary beatmaker to honor him because of his impact in the music industry is there for all to see.
The Dancehall act’s actions seem to put to bed accusations that he is ungrateful as Samini recently came out to clarify that his social media rants about the former being thankless were all for clout.
Meanwhile, seasoned actress and TV host Nana Ama Mcbrown took her hat off for Stonebwoy for his philanthropy.