- King Promise has shared his excitement after Mohammed did the Terminator dance; the dance moves to his Terminator song after he scored against Newcastle United
- The footballer and his teammate Kurt Zouma celebrated by effortlessly doing the dance after equalising for West Ham
- Many Ghanaians were pleased with how Kudus was promoting Ghanaian musicians on an international platform
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Ghanaian music sensation King Promise expressed his delight when he witnessed professional footballer Mohammed Kudus break into the popular Terminator dance, a dance move associated with King Promise's hit song, after scoring a crucial goal for West Ham United against Newcastle United.
The footballer's love for Ghanaian music and dance was on full display as he celebrated his goal alongside teammate Kurt Zouma.
The beautiful moment occurred during a keenly contested Premier League match between West Ham United and Newcastle United. Mohammed Kudus, who hails from Ghana, became an instant hero among both football and music fans when he scored a vital equalising goal for his team. The joyous occasion prompted Kudus and Zouma to celebrate with the iconic Terminator dance move, popularised by King Promise's music.
King Promise, took to social media app X to express his excitement. He shared a video clip of Kudus and Zouma enthusiastically performing the dance alongside his Terminator track. In the comment section of the post, Ghanaians hailed Kudus for promoting Ghanaian music and culture on a global stage.
The importance of Ghanaian music being promoted on an international platform
Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Chris Tsormanah shared the importance of artistes like King Promise's music being promoted on international platforms like the Premier League. He said:
I believe beautiful scenes like this go a long way to project Ghanaian music and culture to the globe. It makes audiences outside of Ghana curious about what our stars have to offer and, in turn, check them out and play their music. This goes a long way to boost streams and brand visibility. I feel it is a big win for Ghanaian music.
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Stonebwoy excited after Kudus goal
In another story, Ghanaian musician Stonebwoy, a favourite of football star Mohammed Kudus, attended a match to witness Kudus' first English Premier League goal, which occurred during a 2-2 draw with Newcastle.
In an enthusiastic video shared on Snapchat, Stonebwoy celebrated Kudus' achievement by running around the stadium and shouting, "That's my boy".
The video quickly went viral, showcasing the strong support and pride Ghanaians have for their compatriots excelling in different fields.
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