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Idols Become Rivals - King Promise Replies Samini

Ghanaian highlife and afrobeat singer and songwriter Gregory Bortey Newman, known in showbiz as King Promise, took to his Twitter page yesterday, November 20, to tweet, 'Idols become Rivals...Sad.'

The tweet comes after Reggae and Dancehall artiste Samini on his Twitter page on Saturday, November 19, expressed his disappointment in the new Black Stars World Cup song by his industry colleague, King Promise.

In his words, he said, 'The new black starts song tho, do we have to learn it before the world cup? whoever chose it probably wrote it too. Eiiiii track na 3y3 ya saaa no! Hmmm a few of us could have done a better job at that Chale anaa meeb)dam lol. but vim still for the boys. Go Ghana'

He continued to say that other artists, including himself, could have done a better job.

The 'Linda' hitmaker received a lot of backlash for his tweets. While others agreed with his tweets, others said he is resentful because he did not get the opportunity to compose the World Cup song.

King Promise teamed up with the Ghana Football Association to release an official 2022 World Cup song for the Ghana Black Stars.

Dubbed 'Bring Back The Love', the song is composed to draw forth support for the Black Stars team ahead of Qatar 2022.

The 'Sisa' hitmaker announced the new song on his social media pages but had bad reviews as most people complained that it was not a catchy one and not a world cup banger.

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