Stanboi ‘’the African Child’’ real name Stanley Kibale is an American based R&B/Pop singer that hails from the East African country of Tanzania. Born and raised in the city of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, Stanboi started singing in a choir at a young age where he discovered his passion or music. From a young age he had dreams and aspirations of being an international superstar, so he began cultivating a work ethic that would eventually allow him to create a following in his home of Tanzania. With influences like R.Kelly, Usher, 2pac, Rock City “Planet VI” Wyclef Jean, Akon & Snoop Dogg, Stanboi delivers a harmonic sound with sweet melodies and captivating lyrics. The release of his first single ‘’Take you Out’’ a song about an amazing date night with a beautiful woman, sparked his career in the United States as it was played on the Wichita, KS Power 93.9 radio station for over 4 weeks. This allowed Stanboi to open up for music industry artists like Sean Paul, Ester dean, Jaicko, C-ride, Chamillionaire, Omarion, Hurricane Chris and recently Kreayshawn, Baby Bash, Mann and Mims. The single began to create an immense buzz for Stanboi as he was featured on over 50 online music & lifestyle blogs. Radio stations online and in his home of Tanzania as well as other East African countries like Kenya and Uganda picked up ‘’Take You Out’’ and the song instantly became a smash hit online and in East Africa. With such a great reception by the fans, Stanboi embarked on a US Tour which included cities like Dallas TX, Houston, TX Minneapolis, MN, Chicago, IL and more. Currently working on the release of his debut album ‘’The African Child’’ Stanboi keeps himself relevant by constantly performing live, writing new music and composing catchy and timeless choruses for other artists. His second single ‘’Round & Round’’ takes a different approach from the first single as it touches on the ups and downs of success, life and friendship. With the belief that he was meant to inspire people with his music, Stanboi continues to deliver strong messages in his music as he hopes to be remembered as a great artist who helped changed lives and inspire people to become better members of society.