We perform self-consistent analysis of the Boltzmann transport equation for momentum and energy in the hypersound regime i.e., ql >> 1 (q is the acoustic wavenumber and l is the mean free path). Here, we investigate Landau damping of acoustic phonons (LDOAP) in graphene nanoribbon that leads to acoustoelectric current generation. Under a non-quantized field with drift velocity, we observed an acoustic phonon energy quantization which depends on the energy gap, the width and the sub-index of the material. An effect similar to Cerenkov emission was observed where the electron absorbs the confined acoustic phonons energy, causing the generation of acoustoelectric current in Graphene Nanoribbon. A qualitative analysis of the absorption and versus phonon frequency is in agreement with experimental reports. We observed a shift in the peaks when the energy gap and the drift velocity were varied. Most importantly, a transparency window appears when making graphene nanoribbon a potential candidate as an acoustic wave filter with applications in phonon spectrometers and also as tunable gate-controlled quantum information device.