Stonebwoy’s Ashaiman To Da World Promises To Be Massive (Full Details Here)

Stonebwoy’s flagship Concert, Ashaiman To The World, keeps getting better every year, despite the challenges that have risen against the concert.

Last year, there was no accurate figure as to the number of people who showed up for the concert at the Sakasaka Park in Ashaiman but the fact is, the number gets bigger and bigger as each year passes by. Last year organizers of the event did a great job with the coordination of performances by both upcoming and mainstream acts.

Among the many acts who showed up last year were the likes of Agbeshie, Epixode, Sean Taylor, Clemento Suarez and Lawyer Nti, Article Wan, Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin, D-Cryme, Guru, Donzy, Kofi Kinaata, Okomfo Kwadee, D-Black and his BAM crew, Edem, Kwaw Kese, Sarkodie, Samini, Damaris and a whole lot more who definitely left the fans impressed.

Last year Epixode made an impression, while Kwadwo Nkansah (Lilwin) left a mark, basically, every artist on the bill did a very good job. Kudos to them once again.

However, looking at the various hindrances that kept preventing this year’s edition from happening have in a way proven that, the ‘Bhim Nation’ boss and his organizers are ready for a blast.

Last year’s concert was sort of a competition between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy on who deserves the kingship in Dancehall.

However, this year based on the unity between the two artists, we believe this year’s event will be the best ever marked in the world of Ghanaian entertainment.

Some months ago, the Ashaiman to the World concert appeared to be in Limbo with Stonebwoy confirming that the availability of the venue this year was causing some headache to the ‘Bhim Nation’ boss and the organizers.

But the good news is, we have quite a number of artist on the bill including King Promise, Wendy Shay, Kwesi Arthur, R2Bees, Yaa Pono, Jupiter, Epixode, Samini, Obrafour, Sarkodie amongst others.

This year’s concert is expected to take place on November 30 at the Saka Saka Park in Ashaiman.

By: Judith Quarshie

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