The Renaissance world tour may not be entirely missed by Beyonce fans in Africa, as it’s been reported that she’s in negotiations to bring the eagerly anticipated performance to Ghana. After it was revealed that the Break My Soul singer will finally play her “Renaissance album live” this summer with dates planned for Europe and North America, the music industry was in a frenzy.
It comes more than a week after Beyonce, 41, gave an intimate performance in Dubai, but she left fans waiting because she didn’t play any brand-new songs from the dance-inspired album. The Renaissance tour will now stop in London, Cardiff, Stockholm, Toronto, Las Vegas, Miami, and Houston. However, what about Africa?
Beyonce rarely performs on the continent, which has long been a sore spot for her fans. Instead, her tour legs typically cover the Americas, Europe, and Oceania. However, it should be noted that she did perform in South Africa in 2018 at the Global Citizen Festival, where she shared the stage with her husband, Jay Z.
With the release of 2019 The Lion King: The Gift soundtrack, which drew inspiration from Africa and featured several Afrobeats and dancehall singers, there was new anticipation that the Brown Skin Girl singer might visit the homeland.
After all, rumors, according to sources, says Beyonce is looking into the possibility of bringing the Renaissance to Africa, notably Ghana.
The statement reads, “These dates are only a portion of the experience; there are discussions to explore if a more family-friendly version of her performances may be brought to Ghana.”
Beyonce worked with Ghanaian musician Shatta Wale on the famous song “Already’ from The Lion King album, so if she visits Ghana later this year, she’ll probably be in good company.