For the sixth time, Stonebwoy will be headlining his annual BHIM Nation Concert.
The event is slated for December 3 at the Grand Arena, Accra International Conference Centre, AICC.
The goal of one of Ghana’s biggest music nights, which attracts fans from all over the world, is to connect the African-Caribbean roots through music, arts, and culture.
The musician will perform songs from across his discography, backed by a full band.
After a year hiatus due to the outbreak of COVID-19, Bhim Concert made a comeback in December 2021.
The Burniton Music Group produced event, themed “Beam of Hope”, featured special guest, Jamaican reggae & dancehall heavyweight, Beenie Man, and some of the country’s most talented musical artists, such as DBlack, MzVee, Samini, Sefa, Kofi Kinaata, and more who delivered noteworthy performances.
Fans can get their tickets on the BHIM Nation Concert platform or dial *365*2022#.
Stonebwoy has been exceptionally busy this year, having recently signed a world record deal with Universal Music Group/Def Jam Recordings.
The 2015 BET award-winner released two official singles, “Therapy” and “Gidigba”, and has performed at over 15 festivals across Europe and America, most notably SummerJam Festival, Reggae Sundance Festival, Global Citizen Festival, Afropunk Festival, Uppsala Reggae Festival, Afrobeats Festival, and the self-curated Ashaiman To The World Festival.
He also scored enviable collaborations this year with renowned reggae musicians, Gentlemen, and Alpha Blondy.
He released his last album, “Anloga Junction” in April of 2020; it featured Diamond Platnumz, Kojo Antwi, Jahmiel, Alicia Hailey, Zlatan, and Keri Hilson. The album currently has over 100 million streams across all credits.
Meanwhile, Stonebwoy has scheduled two concerts for December namely Afrochella Festival on December 28 and 29 and Afronation Festival on December 29 and 30.