King Promise Recounts Experience with Ghanaian Artiste Who Sabotaged Him in London

King Promise Recounts Experience with Ghanaian Artiste Who Sabotaged Him in London

  • King Promise has added his voice to the call for Ghanaian creatives to be more united in their efforts
  • He recounted a disgraceful experience with a colleague in London which he deems unhelpful to the industry's growth
  • Netizens react to King Promise's submission attempting to fish out the artiste he's talking about

Ghanaian singer and songwriter King Promise has weighed in on the notion that Ghanaian creatives don't support one other as much as expected.

In a conversation with Kwadwo Sheldon, the singer criticised the pull-him-down mentality of some of his colleagues.

King Promise believes his music industry colleagues do not like seeing others flourish
King Promise talks about "pull-him-down" mentality of Ghanaian musicians Photo source: Instagram/iamkingpromise
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He went on to narrate an experience which influenced his point about his colleagues.

King Promise recounts horrid experiences with colleagues

According to King Promise, the Terminator hitmaker, he was in London at a time when a colleague was having their show which had guest performers like Sarkodie.

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King Promise who didn't reveal the name of the said colleague, disclosed that he was stopped from mounting the stage which came off as a shock to him.

The singer reiterated in his interview with Kwadwo Sheldon his stand that the fierce competition amongst colleagues was unhealthy and needless, and Ghana's music industry could go further without it.

Netizens react to King Promise's submission gathered a few reactions from netizens as they attempted to fish out the artiste's King Promise talked about in his submission.

@abrantie001 commented:

Everyday social media proves me right. I always say the average Ghanaian is wicked to his fellow countryman. Disagree as you want but I still Stand on that. Everywhere, from work to family

@MaziOgbonnia remarked:

Let love/good vibes lead

@Jpstyles8 wrote:

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The industry be dark pass

@moliymusic said:

The game is the game

@kweku_ikon opined:

It's so everywhere bro, music, photography, film making... The whole creative space... Even on this follow we people you admire and they will never follow u back. Ghana ankasa we be our own enemies.

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