Following their successful collaboration on Natural Girl, dancehall artistes Stonebwoy and MzVee have released yet another single, Come Over.
In Come Over, a love song, Stonebwoy and MzVee profess their love to each other and each describes the other as the “baddest there is.” They tell each other to “come over” in order to have a good time.
Stonebwoy and MzVee take turns to rap in Patois on the song, however, MzVee is the only one who sings the chorus.
Done mainly in Patois and English, Come Over has a catchy rhythm which is sure to appeal to fans of the reggae/ dancehall music genre.
In an interview with Stonebwoy on Monday, the Bhim Nation star disclosed this new collaboration was because of the positive reception their earlier song Natural Girl, received from their fans and the public at large.
“We kept getting so many calls and messages on social media, to the point where many people thought MzVee and I were dating. We are not dating, we just have good chemistry and work well together. We decided that since the public loved our first project so much why not give them another taste of what they have been asking for. Natural Girl was MzVee’s song on which I featured but Come Over is my song which features MzVee,” he said.
Stonebwoy was excited that his personal DJ, DJ Justice was crowned the Best Artiste DJ of the Year at the recently held Ghana DJ Awards. “This award shows a recognition of how much work we put in the year under review. All the shows and events I played were successful thanks to the work of my entire team.
Speaking on the forthcoming Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Stonebwoy was hopeful that he would sweep majority of the awards in the Reggae/ Dancehall category. “The award my DJ won at the Ghana DJ Awards is just the first of many to be won in 2015. Although the nominees are yet to be announced, I am certain that categories such as Artiste of the Year, Reggae/ Dancehall Song of the Year, Reggae/ Dancehall Artiste of the Year are definitely coming my way.”
Stonebwoy asked his fans to expect a number of new projects from him, including a collaboration with a number of internationally acclaimed artistes from Jamaica. “I have a song with one of the biggest Reggae artistes, Lazar Morgan as well as another with D’angel, former wife of Beenie Man who is considered the first lady of dancehall in Jamaica,” he said.