Stonebwoy’s “5th Dimension” Album makes debut on Billboard Reggae chart at number 8

Gideon Nicholas Day
Gideon Nicholas Day
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Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall star Stonebwoy’s latest album “5th Dimension” has made a remarkable debut on the prestigious Billboard Reggae Albums Chart, securing the number 8 spot.

The album’s entry into the chart is not only a significant milestone for the artist but also for Ghanaian music as a whole. It is a testament to the increasing influence of African artists, like Stonebwoy, in the global music scene.

“5th Dimension,” Stonebwoy’s fifth studio album, was released to critical acclaim and enthusiastic anticipation from fans all over the world. The album features collaborations with several international artists, including Shaggy, Mereba, Davido, and the world-renowned multi-Grammy® winning Beninese-French artist Angelique Kidjo, who appears on the album’s climactic closing track “Manodzi.” The album was released via Def Jam Recordings.

Muse Africa, a popular music blog, broke the news of Stonebwoy’s achievement on Twitter on Wednesday, May 10.

“‘5th Dimension’ new album by @Stonebwoy debuts at Number 8 on Billboard Reggae Albums Chart. #5thDimensionAlbum Stream music 🎧,” the tweet said.

The announcement has been met with an overwhelmingly positive response from fans and critics alike.

Stonebwoy’s latest success cements his position as one of Ghana’s most prominent musical exports and a rising star in the global music industry. Congratulations to Stonebwoy on this impressive achievement.


Story by Gideon Nicholas Day |

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