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Wilfried Bony: The Famous African Footballer Who Will Soon Launch His Own Music Label…

Wilfried Bony, international footballer of the Manchester City team, wants to fly to the rescue of amateur artists. It aims to support young talents in the field of music.

The Ivorian player who is rare on the lawns, recently announced his willingness to launch his own label of music.

To do so, he called on the English artist Jaij and the agent Christ Nathaniel, according to the Manchester Evening News.

For Wilfried Bony, the creation of this label will allow the public to discover new talents.

“The project is to create a label that will help young talent, so they can follow their dreams. Many people have a real talent, but do not have the opportunity to show it. Helping them is something I care about, because I love music, “ he said.


“Everything will be ready before the end of the year”

In the past, the attacker showed his love for music, especially for the Afrobeat, of which he is particularly in love. “If he does not know for now how the label will be called,” Wilfried Bony Has already announced that its label of music will be born in London and that “everything will be ready before the end of the year. ”

His career

Wilfried Bony, born on 10 December 1988 in Bingerville, started his career at Issia Wazi, a local Ivorian club, before leaving in 2007 for Sparta Prague. With this club, he won the Gambrinus Liga in 2010.

In January 2011, he signed at Vitesse and became the top scorer in the 2012-2013 season, leading to a transfer to Swansea City for 13.9 million euros.

After a season and a half in Wales, he joined Manchester City for 36.5 million euros.

International Ivorian since 2010, Bony has participated in the 2014 World Cup, as well as three African Cup of Nations with the “Elephants”.


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