Callum Hudson-Odoi chills with King Promise on the streets of Accra; new video drops

Callum Hudson-Odoi chills with King Promise on the streets of Accra; new video drops

- Callum Hudson-Odoi is having a quality time in Ghana

- A video of him chilling with King Promise has popped up

- He was part of the Chelsea team that won the 2021 Champions League

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Chelsea star, Callum Hudson-Odoi, is currently in Ghana and he is leaving no stone unturned.

The young football star who was born in the United Kingdom (UK) is a close friend to King Promise.

A new video of Callum and King Promise chilling has popped online.

Callum Hudson-Odoi chills with King Promise in new video
Callum Hudson-Odoi chills with King Promise in new video (Photo credit: Instagram'/Sweet Maame Adwoa)
Source: Instagram

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Callum is captured sitting behind a car with King Promise.

It wasn't a dull moment on the streets of Accra as the duo really partied hard.

Callum's father is a former Hearts of Oak and Black Stars player.

The talented footballer was part of the Chelsea squad that won the 2021 Champions League at the expense of Manchester City.

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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported how Callum touched based in Ghana.

A video sighted by YEN.com.gh shows the English Premier League star was met on arrival by singer, King Promise.

In the video, Callum is seen hugging King Promise and having a hearty chat with him as they moved along.

The England international was received with a whole traditional dance (adowa) troupe and he did not hesitate to join them.

Meanwhile, Ghanaian musician, Terry Asare Boamah, popularly known as Dada Hafco, has commented on the treatment Ghanaians give to the highlife genre of Ghana music.

The musician took to Facebook to share his frustration at the way highlife musicians are treated and wondered why and how that was the case.

He recounted how sometimes even the gatekeepers of the media see highlife musicians like “villagers or kolo.”

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According to him, highlife music needs to be owned by Ghanaians before it is attributed to another country.

Speaking on the importance of highlife music, Dada Hafco indicated that even Burna Boy employed the services of a Ghanaian guitarist who played a pivotal role in making Odogwu a hit song.

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Source: Yen Ghana

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