King Promise And Camidoh Perform Their Monster Hit Songs At The MOBO Awards

King Promise And Camidoh Perform Their Monster Hit Songs At The MOBO Awards

  • King Promise and Camidoh were billed to perform at the 2024 MOBO Awards on Wednesday, February 7, 2024
  • Each artiste performed their monster hits, Terminator and Sugarcane rmx, respectfully and got incredible reactions from the audience present
  • The MOBO Awards are an annual British music award presentation honouring achievements in music of black origin

Ghanaian Afrobeats superstars Camidoh and King Promise performed their monster hit songs, Terminator and Sugarcane(rmx), respectively, at the 2024 MOBO Awards in Sheffield, UK.

The two Ghanaian singers had a great year in retrospect, and performing on a stage as grand as the MOBO Awards stage is a testament to this.

King Promise kicked off the performance with Terminator, which raised the atmosphere in the auditorium, before Camidoh joined him on stage to sing Sugarcane, putting the icing on a splendid show.

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King Promis and Camidoh
King Promise and Camidoh perform at MOBO Awards. Photo Credit: @iamkingpromise, @camidoh
Source: Instagram

What Camidoh and King Promise's performance mean for their careers

Afrobeats as a genre has become a global phenomenon, travelling to all corners of the world. Performing on a big stage, such as the MOBO Awards, there is a promising likelihood that their careers will hit a new trajectory. It might also lead to more international collaboration, which will, in turn, open doors for people to pay attention to Ghanaian music on the international market.

Watch the video below:

Ghanaians react to Camidoh and King Promise's performance

Ghanaians had mixed reactions to the performance video. Many believed that the singers could have done better with their singing and general stagecraft, and others were very proud of seeing two of the nation's sons raise the nation's flag high. gathered a few reactions from Ghanaians.

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@defrancez360 said:

My honest suggestion is, sometimes they should write the lyrics on the screens, for the crowd to sing along

@Coded_bone said:

It was an excellent performance, but our artists should learn how to add craft to their stage performances. Stage performance these days is not only about walking all over the stage. Invent something to make exceptional

@herh_mufaasa said:

Things we love to see. Keep going

@sweeterthewater said:

I enjoyed it

King Promise shares issues with Ghanaian acts

In another story, reported that King Promise added his voice to the call for Ghanaian creatives to unite more in their efforts.

He recounted a disgraceful experience with a colleague in London, which he deems unhelpful to the industry's growth.

Netizens reacted to King Promise's submission, attempting to fish out the artiste he was talking about.


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