Innoss'B: the Congolese singer, ambassador of the World Food Program (WFP)

Innoss'B: the Congolese singer, ambassador of the World Food Program (WFP)

Congolese singer Innoss'B becomes the ambassador of the World Food Program (WFP). He made this known through a publication on his Facebook page.

Because of his involvement in the cause of people with difficulties, Innocent Didace Balume, better known under the professional pseudonym Innoss'B, was contacted by the World Food Program (WFP), the UN institution, which fights against hunger in the world. It therefore moved on to signing the partnership on Tuesday March 26, 2024. Its role now is to promote the actions and causes defended by the WFP in Africa.

He also uses his voice to raise public awareness on the issue of access to sufficient food for all. He revealed the information on his Facebook page, through the publication of his photos. “ Tuesday March 26, 2024, I am happy to announce that I am becoming an ambassador for the World Food Program to advocate for good nutrition and education », wrote Innoss’B.

Innoss'B, was able to conquer the heart of the African music scene thanks to his hit “Ozo Beta Mabe”, launched in 2018. This track allowed him to carve out a place of choice among young African talents, collecting one million views on YouTube in just five months. Since then, he has continued his momentum with singles such as “Yo Pe”, “Meme”, “Archour”, “Olandi”, “Amina” and “Best”, which earned him fame that now extends beyond the borders of his country.

Celebrated by the BBC as one of the rising African stars destined to shine on the international stage in 2020, Innoss'B also made history by becoming the first Congolese artist to cross the milestone of 100 million views on YouTube thanks to his remix of “Yo Pe” with famous Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz. Innoss'B thus continues to shine, carrying high the colors of Afro-Congo, the rhythm that defines it.