Dubbed the “Azonto Fiesta Concert”, he would be performing with the Tema Azonto Crew. He would be performing at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) on Wednesday, July 25th and at the Barnes Beach the next day.
The African Starboy, as is he is known in the UK, last week released a new single, history, on which he bragged about his rap prowess and the fact that he is in the music business to last.
The song is a deviation from the azonto-styled music he has come to be known for.
His singing on the hook of the song was point. According his manager, Jay Black, the singing is another side to Stay Jay music lovers would be introduced to his upcoming album, Repetition2.
Jay Black said, “The Repetition1 was well received by Ghanaians and other nationals. Songs like Shashe Wowo, Yenko Nkoaa, Suee and then things some. We hope the sequel would be better appreciated. All the songs we have recorded so far, Stay Jay gave his all, and I can say it would be one of best albums in Ghana in a while.”
History is third single from the Repetition2 after Twaame Lala (which was released last year) and Prepaid Girl, a witty and catchy song which he dropped just before this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs).
Jay Black said when Stay Jay got back from Liberia; he would be releasing a single he recorded for third edition of Appietus Compilation. The single, you go chop or you go mia, features Appietus and Nsemkwaa (formerly known as Yaa Pono).