Stonebwoy says that filling the O2 Arena does not intimidate him

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Gati Jesse

Published on May 14, 2024

Multiple award-winning artiste Stonebwoy has boldly stated that the prospect of filling the illustrious O2 Arena in London doesn’t faze him one bit. Speaking candidly on Cape Coast’s Property FM, the acclaimed musician revealed his unwavering confidence in conquering the colossal venue with the right promotional strategies.

Stonebwoy emphasized, “As for the O2 Arena it’s a venue that I’ve stepped there before and it’s not scary to fill but it’s just a matter of announcing and doing your promotion for people to come out in their numbers that’s all and it’ll happen.” His words reflect a steely resolve to harness the power of promotion and mobilize fans to turn out in force for what promises to be an unforgettable spectacle.


Drawing upon his illustrious career, Stonebwoy highlighted his track record of commanding mammoth stages across the globe. “Just last two weeks my brother Davido invited me to perform at his show that’s like 20k capacity at the Madison Square Garden,” he recounted. From the grandeur of Madison Square Garden to the electrifying energy of reggae festivals.


Reflecting on past triumphs, Stonebwoy reminisced about his awe-inspiring performances at iconic venues such as the World Cup in Qatar and the legendary Summer Jam. With each milestone, he has transcended geographical boundaries and showcased the unparalleled vibrancy of Ghanaian music to the world stage.

In a heartwarming gesture that underscores his commitment to community, Stonebwoy celebrated this year’s Mother’s Day by honoring widows in Kasoa. Through his Livingstone Foundation, the dancehall artiste presented special products to mothers, acknowledging their selflessness and dedication.

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