I Have Lost A Lot For Not Being Controversial In Ghana Music – Flowking Stone


Ashanti finest rapper Kwaku Nsiah-Boama, known in Showbiz circles as Flowking Stone, has revealed the core cause of his diminishing career in the music scene.

According to the Kumasi-based rapper, he believes he has not been controversial in the music industry and that has hugely affected his career.

In an exclusive interview on Kumasi-based Angel FM’s Drivetime show, Flowking Stone told host Nana Obiri-Yeboah that he is not that type and that has swiftly had a seat in his music career.

“Naturally I’m not a controversial person and it has affected my music career because I choose to be myself”, he said.


Flowking Stone has noticed that controversial artists always trend in the entertainment industry, adding those who decide to do away with controversies ‘beef’ don’t get the needed recognition with the songs trending slowly.


“If I release a track with insults and profane words, I will trend at least one week in Ghana because the majority of Ghanaians will talk about it to make others search for the track to listen. Not being a controversial musician is affecting my music but that cannot push me to be a controversial artist in the industry” Flowking Stone stressed.

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“I have a bigger picture and I only know where I’m going as far as the entertainment industry is concerned. I will not just beef an artist who has the same level as me because I believe that I have too much in me to be competing with others ” he added.

With regard to his inability to engage himself in controversies, he revealed that his fans always pressure him to start beefing some of his colleagues.

“To be honest with you, the pressure keeps coming from my fans to start beefing my other colleagues in the game but my lifestyle doesn’t permit me to start doing such things. If an artist with my level beefs me then I will reply but I will not start beef with any artist”.