Video: Stonebwoy feeds over 30,000 fans at BHIM Nation for Peace Concert in Ashaiman

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Just as Jesus Christ did in the Holy Bible feeding a multitude with bread and fish, so Stonebwoy did feed the people of Ashaiman and his fans with quality music and a show stopping performance.

Multi award winning Ghanaian Afro dancehall artist Livingstone Etse Satekla well known as Stonebwoy put together what has been adjudged by many pundits and entertainment enthusiasts as the biggest outdoor jam in Ghana so far in 2016.

The concert, BHIM Nation for peace which was aimed at promoting peace ahead of the 2016 General elections in Ghana saw a multitude numbering over 30,000 gather at the Ashaiman park where they were thrilled with exciting performances from an A list of artists.




With curtain raiser performances from a tall list of artists, one could only appreciate the all hands on deck approach to promoting peace as fast rising artists including Sariki, DXD, Article Wan, Eye Judah and several others put together impressive performances.

Making a grand entry with his new hit song Sapashini, one could only tell that the BET Award winner was in to work some magic.

From one hit song to the other, the crowd could only yearn for more as they roared along singing almost all his songs during the performance. Stonebwoy however took time within his performance to advocate for peace prior to, during and after the elections.

Although staged as a concert for Peace, this was also a way to give back to people of Ashaiman for their continuous support to the artist who lives with them.

The show also saw top rated performances from Ras Kuuku, VVIP, Yaa Pono, Sarkodie, Kwaw Kese and Iwan.

Watch a video of Stonebwoy’s performance. (Full review of BHIM Nation for peace Concert coming up soon on www.nydjlive.com)


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