Stonebwoy electrifies crowd at maiden Rolling Cocoa festival | Video & Photos


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Washington, D.C., March 11 – On Saturday night, Stonebwoy gave a remarkable performance at The Anthem, which astounded the audience at the Rolling Cocoa Festival in Washington, DC.

The celebrated singer-songwriter of dancehall, reggae, and afrobeats performed an epic set of songs, including medleys and classics, with the support of a band during his headlining set at the first-ever Afrobeats festival in Washington, D.C., which was organised by Duke Concept.

He began the evening with his massive hit song “Mane Me,” which featured Nigeria’s Praiz and longtime collaborator Mugeez. He then worked his way through his discography, including his most recent album “5Th Dimension” and “Epistles Of Mama.”

Stonebwoy’s dynamic stage presence and undeniable charisma set the standard for future festival editions. Throughout the evening, he captured the attention of every audience member with his infectious beats and powerful vocals.

Fans were singing and dancing to every one of his songs, creating an electrifying atmosphere at The Anthem. The Rolling Cocoa Festival was made memorable for a lot of people by Stonebwoy’s performance, which cemented his place as one of the top artists in the world of Afrobeats.

Having played the main stage at prestigious festivals in Europe, Africa, Canada, and the USA, Stonebwoy is no stranger to the festival scene.

His journey is far from over, with a lineup of global festivals and shows coming up, including the Sierra Nevada World Music Festival in California from June 21 to June 23. Notable stops along the route include the Austin Reggae Festival in Texas on April 19 and the Island Rock Concert on February 23, both of which are later this month and promise audiences an amazing experience full of upbeat vibes and infectious rhythms.

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