At Trace Live, King Promise Impresses The Audience

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King Promise is a Ghanaian musician that is well-known not only in Ghana but also internationally and is producing excellent music.

Trace Live hosted Ghanaian musician King Promise at Terra Kulture, Victoria Island, Lagos, for a night of rhythm, glitz, and glam.

The night began with comic relief from comedian Pencil, who took the stage for roughly 30-minutes, ensuring a convivial mood with rib-cracking jokes and preparing the audience for King Promise’s performance.

Pencil continued to crack jokes until the man of the night took the stage.

With the help of Alternate Sound’s four-man band, King Promise, who was garishly dressed, took the stage to thrill the audience.

Throughout the two-hour extravaganza, King Promise put on a stellar performance, churning out great tunes after hits.

When Promise was joined by Mr Eazi to perform their duet, it was one of the highlights of the live show.

As Eazi serenaded his lover Temi Otedola with the 2018 classic, King and Mr Eazi performed their collaboration effort ‘Odo.’

Slow Down, Tokyo, Abena, Fine Wine, CCTV, and many others were among the songs he sang.

The musician also sang the smash song “Kiss Your Hand,” a homage to his Ghanaian compatriots R2Bees.

Bankuli, Mr Eazi, Temi Otedola, Tolani, Bizzle, Shody, and Tobi Bakare were among the celebrities who attended the event.

Such an amazing event, great time, great music, music in the air….

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