Ghanaian dancehall icon, Stonebwoy has been storming the cities of Europe with his 5th Dimension Album tour. In October this year, the tour landed in Germany where he set the cities of Berlin, Dusseldorf and Hamburg ‘on fire’ with his music prowess.
Fans were thrilled and enthralled by Stonebwoy’s performance and music versatility and this was evident as venues in the earmarked German cities quickly filled up to their maximum capacities.
The 5th Dimension European tour was organized to honor and support his Billboard and Grammy-nominated album of the same name.
5th Dimension which is Stonebwoy’s fifth album encompasses life, love, politics, money, and a bit of everything. During an exclusive interview with iMullar’s Fola Akisanya, the Sobolo crooner shared his motivation for creating the album.
” I made it with the mindset that 5th Dimension should cover all tracks, a universal album, no discrimination, one for all genres, for everyone. Every aspect of me is on the album, and more is coming, we are about to float now…,” said Stonebwoy.
Berlin’s city of Gretchen experienced a magical night of Afrobeats music along with dancehall and reggae music on October 19 as it became an epicenter of great performances from the versatile dancehall star.
Stonebwoy also enchanted fans and audiences at Hamburg’s Docks music venue dazzling the crowd with his stage presence and lyrical prowess, cementing his status as one of the giants of Afrobeats.
Stonebwoy invited the son of former Black Stars coach, Charles Kwabla Akonnor, on stage during his performance at one in Docks, Hamburg.
Kadmiellie Akonnor joined the Run Go hitmaker during his performance, and the two performed Stonebwoy’s hit track Into the Future together.
The TOR 3 music venue in Dusseldorf was elevated into a musical haven on October 21 for night three of the festival.
The Ghanaian dancehall sensation once again brought his versatility and music prowess with performances that awed his audience.
The memorable concert finally came to a close with the internationally successful Apotheke, which in German means ‘pharmacy’.
“It was just one of those natural moments, the hook was just me having fun with the word and it evolved into that, with rhythmic words that stem all the way down to some of the approach towards African music”, Stonebwoy shared on an interview with iMullar.
Stonebwoy’s European tour continues through the United Kingdom, beginning October 26 through to October 29. Manchester, Birmingham, and London will all be featured in the UK tour.