The song has already been featured on a number of global major streaming platforms, including five of Apple Music’s playlists (Best of the Week, Ghana Bounce, A-List African, Future Hits, Run Things) and Spotify’s New Music Fridays.
This comes on the heels of dropping his first single, Shuga, to his fourth studio album due out next year, which features dancehall legend Beenie Man.
In only a few months, Shuga has garnered more than 1.6 million streams and 1.7 million YouTube views.
Last summer, the artiste became the first Ghanaian to perform at renowned Jamaican music festival, Reggae Sumfest.
Feed the soul
Now going through a successful time of his career, Stonebwoy delivers tunes that feed the soul all while effortlessly merging Afrobeats, dancehall, and reggae culture.
Priding himself on uniting his people through his music, Stonebwoy is intentional about highlighting the similarities not only between Ghana and Jamaica but the entire diaspora.
Stonebwoy continues to celebrate the success of Epistles of Mama (2017), which peaked at number 13 on the Billboard World Charts and earned him a Ghana Music Award for becoming the most streamed album across digital platforms, including Ghana’s top streaming service, Boomplay.
The artiste promotes peace, love, and unity in all that he does. This can be seen in Tuff Seed as he dedicates the song to everyone facing struggles and reminds his listeners, ‘We are all tough seeds that can’t be dug up’.
Apart from his Reggae Sumfest debut, in 2018 he also organised the largest peace concert in Ghana, Ashaiman to the World.