Leading Ghanaian Reggae, Dancehall and Afrobeat superstar Stonebwoy adds his voice to the “Black Lives Matter” advocacy with a passionate opening performance to his Billboard Live At-Home appearance.
As reported yesterday Stonebwoy performed on the Billboard Live At-Home virtual stage yesterday at 5pm GMT in a bid to raise funds for My Friend’s Place, a charity organisation that supports the homeless youth.
Performing from his Ashiaman – Accra home residence, Stonebwoy aptly opened his set with his reggae tune “Black People” – a song that speaks oppression against black people.
Listen to “Black People” below:
Stonebwoy made it a point to honor the protests against racism, and add his voice to the “Black Live Matter” advocacy that has peaked globally in the light of George Floyd’s killing by the hands of the police in the American city of Minnesota.
“The world’s in serious times right now, we see what’s going with the world from coronavirus straight to the brutality and all these things that is happening… we stand against racism in any case.”
Watch Stonebwoy’s full Billboard Live At-Home performance here.