African Beyoncé fans may not completely miss the Renaissance world tour, as it has been reported that she is in negotiations to bring the eagerly anticipated performance to Ghana. .
The Break My Soul singer will finally perform her Renaissance album live this summer, with gigs set for both Europe and North America, and the announcement has the music industry in a frenzy.
It comes more than a week after Beyoncé, 41, gave an exclusive performance in Dubai but disappointed fans by failing to play any brand-new songs off the album with a dance-infused beat. .
London, Cardiff, Stockholm, Toronto, Las Vegas, Miami, and Houston are now on the Renaissance tour’s itinerary.
What about Africa, though?
Beyoncé’s admirers on the region have long complained that she rarely performs there because her tour legs normally cover the Americas, Europe, and Oceania.
Performer Beyoncé in Dubai
She just warmed up for the Renaissance tour with a performance in Dubai.
When the singer of Brown Skin Girl released the 2019 The Lion King: The Gift soundtrack, which was influenced by it, there was renewed anticipation that she would visit the motherland.
So perhaps now is the time for Africa, as a source told Metro.co.uk that Beyoncé is looking into the possibility of bringing the Renaissance to the continent, notably Ghana. .
The insider explained that, given some of the lyrics on the Renaissance album, the shows in Europe and North America will contain “mildly explicit” material and that there are currently discussions to see whether a more family-friendly version of her show can be brought to Ghana.
Live Nation is keen for all of its performers to appear in new markets, and if they can locate the ideal venue and local partners, they would like Bey to lead the charge.
She has been producing the live arrangements for the show for the past year and is collaborating closely with Ay Hollywood on the choreography.
Expect the tour to be nothing short of fantastic because Ay Hollywood has already collaborated on choreography with Beyoncé and a host of other A-list performers like Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, Megan Thee Stallion, and Ciara.
Live Nation is particularly pleased, the source continued, because it is anticipated that she will make more than $500 million (£406 million).
Beyonce worked with Ghanaian musician Shatta Wale on the well-known song Already from The Lion King album, so if she visits Ghana later this year, she’ll probably be in good company.
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