Multiple award-winning and two times Grammy nominated American singer and actor, Keri Hilson, has revealed that, after the global pandemic, Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), is solved she would make her first appearance in Ghana to perform at the BHIM Concert.
According to the “Knock You Down” hitmaker, since she has established an appealing relationship with Ghanaian born reggae/ragga & dance-hall superstar, Livingstone Etse Satekla, and was featured on his album, it would be a great feeling sharing the same stage with him and also an opportunity to reach her extended fan-base.
The BHIM Concert is the leading biggest indoor and sometimes outdoor annual musical performance, after Ashaiman To The World Concert (ATTWC) hosted by the Black Entertainment TV (BET) award-winning artiste. Since its inception, the concert has featured a lot of Ghanaian and foreign stars. The last edition of the event which was staged in the Northern Region gathered an estimated 20, 000 music lovers.
Keri Hilson made these revelations in an Instagram live conversation with Stonebwoy. The American singer was featured on “Nominate” (track-8) – vibrant afro-beats song off the album, Anloga Junction. The most anticipated single off the project was released with colorful visuals currently trending number one on YouTube.
On the issue of working with other American stars, Keri Hilson co-incidentally, stated that, she would love to see Stonebwoy working with Robyn Rihanna Fenty (a Barbadian singer, songwriter, actress, and businesswoman, who has been recognized for embracing various musical styles and reinventing her image throughout her career) because, they both share similar chemistry. Rihanna happens to be one of the dream features of Stonebwoy.
Selecting her best three singles of the Anloga Junction Album, Keri Hilson revealed that, Slow Motion (feat. Jahmiel), Journey and Nominate are her most excellent, and outstanding piece off the studio compilation.