Angelique Kidjo’s Career @40 Gig: Stonebwoy Joins Her On Stage At Albert Hall In London

By Edem Latsu Nukafu

Livingstone Setakla stage name Stonebwoy, who has received many accolades as a reggae/dancehall artist from Ghana, performed with Africa’s most revered music icon, Angelique Kidjo, at her 40th Anniversary show at Albert Hall in London.

Angelique Kidjo was celebrated for her remarkable contributions to the global influence of Afro-sounds, which have impacted lives worldwide and served as an inspiration to women in Africa.

At Albert Hall, the two remarkable individuals sung their latest collaboration ‘Manodzi’ from Stonebwoy’s 5th Dimension album in an absolutely comforting atmosphere.

The Beninese singer-songwriter, who has won five Grammy Awards, took center stage during the night, making it truly unforgettable. Chineke joined her for electrifying performances of her best-loved songs! The stage was filled with the presence of the orchestra and other esteemed artists.

Angelique Kidjo had a significant impact on the world through her extensive musical catalog, where she skillfully blended West African traditions from her youth with American R&B, funk, and jazz, taking inspiration from Europe and Latin America.

Kidjo’s world tour began with the concert, which covered continents like Australia, Asia, Europe, and South America, with a grand finale scheduled at New York’s prestigious Carnegie Hall in 2024.

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