IT is the turn of award-winning Reggae and Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy to serve as a guest speaker at the next edition of L.E.A.D (Learn, Evolve, Apply, Dominate) series scheduled for the Capitol Cafe and Restaurant, Labone, tomorrow, Sunday, November 11.
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The L.E.A.D. series, since its inception, has hosted distinguished personalities who have excelled in their fields of endeavour thus the occasion will offer the Baafira artiste a good chance to share his music success and rise to fame with patrons.
Talking about his upcoming lecture, Stonebwoy said it would offer him the opportunity to let his fans into his “recipe of success”.
“It is never easy to reach this height of my career, especially in an industry with many challenges but my name and brand is valuable now because I put in a lot of work. Yes, talent is good but it takes a lot more than that to be a successful artiste in Ghana.
“Tomorrow’s event will ,therefore, afford me the opportunity to share my success tips with patrons, as well as the positive impact of music,” he added.
Radio and TV personality, Jay Foley is the initiator of L.E.A.D and according to him, the selection of Stonebwoy was based on many factors including the strong music personality he has built for his brand.
“Over the years, individuals across the globe have developed their ideas and innovations to limits that have earned them not only high recognition, but affected positively the way of life of many.
“These stories of achievers have become the strategy for success, followed by people who desire it. The L.E.A.D series is a special product designed by 2131Clubs, an event company to connect individuals to these stories,” he said.
Tomorrow’s event is the 15th edition of the L.E.AD series which had been graced among others by Hiplife artiste, Reggie Rockstone, blogger Ameyaw Debrah and C.E.O of Event Factory, Nabil Alhassan.
The LE.A.D series is powered by OMNIS 2131 with support from The Radio Advertising People (TRAP), TOTO Wear, Made Men Agency and Brands Aid.