Globally acclaimed Ghanaian Afrobeats and dancehall sensation Stonebwoy has officially joined the prestigious Boomplay Golden Club, surpassing an impressive milestone of over 100 million streams on Africa’s most expansive music streaming and download platform.
The accomplishment comes weeks after the release of his fifth studio album “Fifth Dimension” which was published via Universal Music Group and DefJam Recordings surpassing 20 million streams on Boomplay.
The Boomplay Golden Club is an exclusive club reserved for artistes who have achieved exceptional streaming numbers on the platform and reaching over 100 million career streams on Boomplay highlights Stonebwoy’s widespread appeal and influence solidifying his status as one of Africa’s most celebrated and influential musicians pioneering the afrodancehall genre into mainstream success.
Boomplay, Africa's leading music streaming service, has recognized Stonebwoy's exceptional talent and the immense popularity of his music, which has resonated with fans across the continent and beyond. With his distinctive sound and energetic performances, he has consistently delivered captivating hits that have amassed a massive following. Known for his unique fusion of reggae, dancehall, and afrobeats, Stonebwoy has established himself as a force to be reckoned with in the global music scene.
His lyrical prowess, infectious melodies, and socially
conscious themes have struck a chord with listeners, earning him critical
acclaim and a dedicated fan base.
Meanwhile, Stonebwoy is set to embark on a North American and Canada tour in support of his ground-breaking "5th Dimension" album, which made an impressive debut, entering the Billboard Reggae Album Chart at No. 8.
Dubbed the "5Th Dimension" Tour, the 12-date trek will take him from his native Ghana to North America from July 15 to August, bringing his vibrant and energetic performances to audiences across the region and his infectious energy and musical prowess to fans in North America. He will also head to Europe later this year for a brief UK tour with shows in Manchester at Canvas on October 26, Birmingham at O2 Academy 2 on October 27, and London at the Electric Brixton on October 29.
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