Unarguably one of Ghana's finest artiste, Koqromoti is set to release a new single dubbed ''The Throne''. After a series of questions and agitations by fans, close friends, and loved ones of the Spintex Made Hero to know what is up next with their music star with regards to his music career chase, finally, hope is here with new music from the Koqnation Music frontline artiste.
Produced by a prolific social commentator and top German-based Ghanaian Beatstars/Sony ATV producer Mr. Aborga who also produces for AY Poyoo the 'GOAT' hitmaker. Proxy Jay, who also was a former producer of the late Gh Rap icon, Ghetto KB (A signee of Xtra Large Music/High-Grade Music) is speculated to have a hand in the mixing and finalizing the above-mentioned song.
The Throne is listed to be one of the Spintex based music star's biggest projects to embark on from the tail end of this year into the beginning of the new year 2022.
"This project is going to be one of my biggest ever! It's more like a two-edged sw0rd..." Koqromoti announced via a Facebook post on Saturday, 11th December 2021.
The Throne is set to be released globally on 31st December 2021. This means that the single can be accessed via all digital music stores including Facebook, Instagram, Tiktok, Snapchat, and everywhere in the world.
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