- Ghanaian reggae-dancehall star Stonebwoy will be performing in Doha, Qatar
- The multiple-award winning artist will be live on stage at the fan festival on December 16, 2022
- The World Cup is coming to an end with the final set for December 18, 2022
Multiple-award winning Ghanaian musician, Stonebwoy has been billed to perform at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The African reggae-dancehall superstar will thrill fans at the FIFA fan festival on December 16, as part of activities to mark the end of a month-long tournament.
Stonebwoy's label confirmed the participation of the music icon at the fan festival on their official social media pages.
"Representing Ghana, Africa, and the World on the big stage. Stonebwoy will be performing at the Qatar World Cup 2022 in Doha on Dec, 16," wrote Burniton Music Group on Twitter.
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Stonebwoy is revered across the continent with hit records featuring international acts such as Sean Paul and Keri Hilson.
He has won several awards including the coveted reggae-dancehall artist of the year.
Meanwhile, his country Ghana failed to progress beyond the group stage of the World Cup after two defeats and one win.
Stonebwoy is a big fan of the Black Stars with players usually jamming to his songs before games.
Kudus requests for Stonebwoy's song
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that in-form Ghana midfielder, Mohammed Kudus, has one request to the Disk Jockey at the Johan Cryuff Arena and that has to do with his admiration for reggae-dancehall superstar Stonebwoy.
The 22-year-old wants Stonebwoy's latest song Gidigba played at the Arena whenever he scores a goal for Ajax.
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In a video posted on social media, Kudus disclosed his love for Stonebwoy and how he inspires him to stay firm and strong.
Stonebwoy backs Asamoah Gyan
Multiple award-winning Ghanaian musician, Stonebwoy, has backed Asamoah Gyan's assertion that he is not celebrated enough.
Asamoah Gyan, who holds the record of being Ghana's all-time top scorer has lamented over how he is treated by Ghanaians.
And in an interview with Hitz FM, Stonebwoy admitted the legendary footballer is not hailed enough by his own people.