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Stonebwoy Performs At Africa Day At Home Concert

“Recognized as Africa’s King of Reggae/Ragga & Dancehall, Black Entertainment (BET) 2015 Best International Act, and Ghana’s very own, Stonebwoy, has sent people all over Africa ‘Strength and Hope’ in these trying times of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) with a passionate performance and a powerful message delivered at the just ended “Africa Day Benefit Concert At Home.”

The multiple award-winning musician and chief executive officer of Burniton Music Group, performed “Strength and Hope,” single extract of his chart topping fourth studio album, “Anloga Junction.” This tune had a top-notch Jamaican record producer and performing artiste, Kabaka Pyramid who dished out a roots riddim for Stonebwoy to ride on. (Stream song here: https://audiomack.com/song/stonebwoy/strengh-home).

With this masterpiece, Stonebwoy comes-in spiritual, speaking directly to his viewers and consumers never to give up but rather hope for better days ahead. The message was apt, as he stated in some part of the lyrics that, in times like this, Africans living on the continent need strength within and strength from God, not the strength from the gym. Prior to his performance, he created awareness and how curb the spread of Covid-19 on the African Continent.

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Stream album here: kv-online-talent.lnk.to/AJ20

The Africa Day Benefit Concert At Home was a 2-hour special streamed and broadcast to millions of viewers in Africa and around the world on MTV channels and on the MTV Base Africa YouTube channel. Hosted by Idris Elba, the show brought together a star-studded line up of some of the hottest names Africa has to offer, including Burna Boy, Sho Madjozi, AKA, Diamond Platnumz, Sauti Sol, Yemi Alade, Fally Ipupa, Stonebwoy, Teni, Angelique Kidjo, and many more.

This programming event was aimed at raising funds to help children and families in Africa that are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. All proceeds raised from the benefit concert campaign will be donated to support food and health needs for those most impacted on the continent.

Source: gbafrica.net


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