American rapper, Cardi B, is expected to be part of the array of stars visiting Ghana as part of its “Year of Return” activities.
The event slated for the capital city, Accra is set for Sunday, December 8.
The Grammy-winning artiste, who is best known for her vociferous style of rap, has released platinum singles including the popular, “Bodak Yellow” and “I Like It.”
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The musician, born Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, is one of the most sought-after female hip hop artistes as she successfully challenged the dominance of Nicki Minaj in that genre.
The event called Livespot X Festival is organized by Nigerian Media Company, Livespot360. The concert will also feature an exciting array of talents from Africa who will perform alongside Cardi B.
Premium patrons will get to experience all the up close and personal moments with the artistes, while having access to their choice of beverages and refreshments.
Deep-throat sources have also hinted Face2Face Africa that Beyoncé has plans of celebrating Christmas in Ghana with her family come December. There are also rumours she may be performing at a show.
In a tweet via, @Beyoncehivenews, Beyoncé has projects in Ghana on December 26th but failed to detail what the exact project was.
This year, 2019 has been declared, “Year of Return” by the Ghanaian government in commemoration of 400 years since the first African slaves arrived in what is, today, the U.S.
It was launched last year in Washington, D.C., by Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo, for Africans in the diaspora to visit the West African country.
This initiative has seen an array of celebrities across the globe make their way to Ghana to explore, learn and appreciate their roots, as well as, unite with Africans on the continent.
Steve Harvey and his family most recently joined actor Boris Kodjoe and other Hollywood bigwigs; Nicole Ari Parker, Diggy Simmons, Micheal Jai White, Anthony Anderson (of Blackish), Rosario Dawson, Jidenna, Cynthia Bailey, Bozoma Saint John as they spent the greater part of their time in Ghana.