- King Promise has paid homage to Sarkodie, R2Bees, and Wizkid of Nigeria
- He says they are the ones who made him the star he is today
- Many people have praised King Promise for being truthful and full of gratitude
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Ghanaian musician King Promise has shown gratitude to Sarkodie, R2Bees, and Wizkid of Nigeria for helping him become the musician he is now.
He wrote on Twitter that for the three, he would not be where he is now.
King Promise further referred to them as his papas with crowns to show that they are kings in the game.
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Many people have praised King Promise for being loyal, and grateful.
Rich, for instance, said God bless King Promise for acknowledging the music gurus:
Nanky described him as a grateful soul:
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Kwaku was full of praise for King Promise:
Adusei says King Promise is “real”:
Celeb called King Promise the only grateful artiste in Ghana:
Kartel also praised King Promise:
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Meanwhile, one of the songs that got King Promise into the hearts of Ghanaians was Sarkodie’s Can’t Let You Go.
He was featured on that song which Sarkodie released for his wife Tracy after their wedding.
King Promise sang the chorus: “Obaa gbe mi ee”, “meaning Tracy’s love is too sweet to kill Sarkodie” a part that got many people liking the song.
He also sang Tokyo, his hit song with Wizkid.
King Promise also sang his picture song with R2Bees.
All the songs became instant hits and for this Ghanaians love King Promise so much.
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