Stonebwoy, a Grammy-winning international musician from Ghana, wrote the song “My Sound,” which was used as part of the soundtrack for “Love & Hip Hop: Miami.”
On Monday, August 14, the season 5 debut of the popular reality television series and docu-soap featured the song. The program explores the vibrant, edgy, beautiful, and diverse city of Miami as well as its rich cultural legacy while telling stories of aspirants in the reggaeton, hip-hop, and Latin music sectors.
The 12th commercially released single from Stonebwoy’s top-charting fifth studio album, “5Th Dimension,” features legendary Jamaican dancehall artist Shaggy. The engaging single, which was produced by Nigerian artist and sound engineer Praiz, seamlessly combines reggae, dancehall, and afrobeat influences.
It has received high praise from critics for acting as a unifying factor and bridging the gap between Caribbean and African people.
The 17-song album “5th Dimension” is the BET Award winner and Grammy Nominee’s debut release under Universal Music Group and DefJam Recordings. Afrobeats, reggae, dancehall, amapiano, and folk are among the genres that are combined with pop and pop-related topics on the album.
Legendary singer-songwriter Angelique Kidjo, Afrobeat pioneers Tiwa Savage, Davido, and Oxlade, as well as Amapiano singer Maphorisa, all lend their voices as guest vocalists to the song. The album was previewed by a variety of songs prior to its release, most notably “Far Away” and “More Of You.”