Ghanaian artist, King Promise who is well known by both the youth and old in Ghana has many hit "tracks" featured with Sarkodie, Mr. Eazi and many other renound artist. He has severally been awarded due to his excellent performance and other personalities as well. His current track "slow down" is gradually going viral once again.
However he was going viral when he revealed that the song he made with Sarkodie, a Ghanaian rapper has not generated any money to him. Speaking in an interview at the daybreak hitz, he said " Sarkodie's song, "anadwo" has not gotten me any money and if I want it I will get it.
King Promise also said he has a very good connection and intimacy with him so he can't deny his phone call after he called for the song. He said he didn't even talk about the financial benefits with him.
He promised Sarkodie that he was aware of the whole situation and trusted he would "sort" him up in due time.
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