Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has announced the date for his Faith concert – aimed at entertaining people during the lockdown.
The hour-long event will take place on Saturday, April 4, in the artiste’s home. He is, however, expected to stream the concert on his YouTube handle.
“In this pandemic, I want my fans around the globe to have that hope that everything is soon going to be okay and that I still have them in mind and in heart,” he wrote on Instagram.
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In this pandemic, i want my fans around the globe to have that hope that everything is soon going to be okay and that i still have them in mind and in heart. I still want to put smiles on their faces thats why am putting together“THE FAITH CONCERT “ which is happening on the 4TH OF APRIL 2020 INSIDE MY RESIDENCE. All you need to do is to subscribe to my official YouTube page and follow me on all my official social media pages to enjoy the live streaming of my first ever digital concert. #faithconcert #2020 #Allout
The show will begin at 8 pm and end at 9 pm. Shatta Wale has already begun prepping for his live concert.
The Borjor hitmaker also used the opportunity to urge fans to stay abide by the health directories and stay at home to avoid spreading the coronavirus.
The ‘Baby’ hitmaker is not the only artiste taking on this initiative to provide entertainment while the world deals with coronavirus.
Multiple Grammy Award winner John Legend, Charlie Puth, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Anne Marie, Shawn Mendes and others have organised their own concerts live on Instagram for their fans and followers.