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Stonebwoy (@stonebwoyb) shares new dates for His ‘Anloga Junction’ UK tour

Stonebwoy shares new dates for His ‘Anloga Junction’ UK tour

 

Mindful Maverick and Fearless creator, Livingstone Etse Satekla, will be taking his enviable catalog of afrobeat, reggae & dancehall back to the Queen’s land – UK as he’s rescheduled his ‘’Anloga Junction” album UK Tour to November 2021. The concert was originally slated for September 2020, but was canceled due to the surge in Coronavirus (COVID-19) numbers.

 

The new tour dates powered by Livenation – the home of live music, comedy and entertainment in the UK and KV Online Talent – a creative and label services agency will see the Ghanaian born Nickelodeon | 3-Time Best Reggae/Dancehall Act in Africa perform across three different cities in the UK with the aim of promoting his chart-topping and Reggaeville.com album of the year – Anloga Junction.

 

Stonebwoy will perform in Manchester (Academy 3), Birmingham (O2 Institute 3) and London (O2 Academy Islington) on 25th, 26th, and 28th November 2021 respectively. With original tickets remaining valid, other party and concert-goers who have no legal access to the event can still purchase their tickets via https://www.livenation.co.uk/artist/stonebwoy-tickets.

 

Meanwhile, Stonebwoy, over the weekend, thrilled patrons in Washington DC to a night of the incredible performance at the Ghana Meet Naija day concert with colleague crooner, Davido. Both talents recreated and performed sounds from their vast collections. The chemistry created between the Ghanaian and Nigerian artiste on the event night was described as nothing but an absolute phenomenal that left party-goers yearning for more.

 

Stonebwoy’s album, since its release in 2020, has continued to shape Ghana’s sonic music landscape. The album has been receiving critical and global recognition.

 

On his 4th studio album, the Afro-dancehall and Reggae Juggernaut pulls off an ambitious task by folding his collaborators’ varied styles into his signature sound. Fellow Ghanaian Kojo Antwi fits the reggae feel of “Nkuto”, and the bass rhythm of “Bow Down” flows in sync with Nasty C’s energy. Frequently singing in his Ewe language, particularly on the Keri Hilson collab “Nominate”, Stonebwoy always finds his way back to the unique style that has made him special.

 

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

 

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