Ghanaian dancehall and reggae artiste Livingstone Etse Satekla popularly known Stonebwoy gives a detailed meaning of the word “BHIM” he always mentions in his songs.
The “Bawasaaba” singer revealed to Abeiku Santana on the ATUU TV Show that the “BHIM” in his songs is a sound that is geared towards awakening one’s spirit.
He said that the word “BHIM” serves as an inspiration word which awakens and strengthens him to go about his daily activities in a peaceful manner.
Stonebwoy revealed this when Abeiku asked him “What’s the meaning of “BHIM” you mention in your songs?”
“It is a sound that awakens the spirit. When you hear me mention “BHIM” in my songs, it’s that sound that kicks you up.”
“Also, as a word, it has a spelling broken down to mean sometime so inspirational which I see as my mantra. God bless his imperial majesty.”
“Imperial Majesty is the Lord of Lords and the King of Kings. Meaning we thank God for everything,” the Dancehall artiste responded.
The “Go higher” singer who got married last year is now the father of his wife, Mrs Dr Lousia Satekla welcomed a bouncing baby. His latest album “Epistles of Mama” is rated the second best album in the world.