Renowned Ghanaian reggae and dancehall musician Stonebwoy recently visited Afua Asantewaa to demonstrate his support as she seeks to break the Guinness World Record for longest solo singing marathon. Stonebwoy’s appearance affirms that Ghana’s top artists with massive fanbases are rallying behind Afua’s ambitious undertaking.
According to reports, Afua has unofficially surpassed the prior 105-hour record set in 2012, but she aims to continue singing for up to 120 hours total. She began the daunting challenge on December 24, 2023, singing nonstop into the late hours each night.
Afua’s incredible feat has attracted widespread attention and praise across social media. Thousands of enthusiastic supporters have gathered daily at the venue to cheer her on.
As one of Ghana’s most popular musicians, Stonebwoy‘s visit signals growing appreciation among the nation’s celebrities for Afua’s dedication and perseverance. His presence demonstrates the music community’s support for her pursuing such an arduous accomplishment.
Afua has performed over 1000 songs so far during her record-setting pursuit. Stonebwoy and other top stars’ backing spotlights her emergence as a newfound Ghanaian sensation through this event. Afua continues working to make history and inspire people through song.