King Promise has the potential for the Artiste of the Year award.

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 King Promise has the potential for the Artiste of the Year award. King Promise, the Afrobeats sensation, voiced his confidence in winning the coveted Artiste of the Year title at the next Telecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMA). 

In an interview that aired on New Day on May 13, King Promise stated that he and his team had produced amazing works not just for the year being considered for the prize but also in previous years. 

The “Terminator” hitmaker emphasized that he should win Artiste of the Year even if he recognized the excellent work of his rivals.

“I feel like everybody who is in there is a worthy competitor, respect for everybody but I feel like my work speaks for itself. Everyone can tell that we have been putting in a lot of work…I am here to contribute my quota and gladly accept the Artiste of the Year at all costs,” he stated.

King Promise acknowledged the expansion of Ghana’s music business and praised the Ghana Music Awards for annually honoring performers for their dedication.

June 1, 2024, at the AICC, has been set out for the TGMA awards ceremony.

King Promise has the potential for the Artiste of the Year award.

Artiste of the Year, International Collaboration of the Year, and Most Popular Song of the Year are the three TGMA categories in which King Promise is nominated this year.

Following a triumphant Asian tour, King Promise has demonstrated that he is a worldwide phenomenon.

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As the first African musician to sell out Singapore’s Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club, King Promise represented Ghana with sold-out performances in Jakarta, Bali, and Singapore.

In the last year, King Promise’s chart-topping smash, “Terminator,” propelled him to unprecedented heights.

The song greatly increased his appeal on a global scale and captured listeners in Ghana and beyond. Listeners responded favorably to its catchy melody and moving words, which helped King Promise’s fan base grow. 

Source: Pulse.gh