Popular Ghanaian hiplife music group called Vision In Progress (VIP) rose into fame in the early 2000s with their popular song, ‘Ahomka Wo Mu’ which gained world recognition.
The group was made of Joseph Nana Ofori (Prodigal), Hamid Ibrahim (Lazzy now Zeal), and Emmanuel Ababio (Promzy).
After many years of Promzy’s exit from showbiz today, he is back, not into music but with, stunning photos that have got many talking on social media.
Promzy claims he is back, therefore his fans should fasten their belts for bangers because he seriously warming up big time.
The rapper looks different in his new photos which clearly show that he means he is indeed warming up.
Promzy, known earlier to be a hairy man, has completely gone bald, but one thread of dreadlock is hanging to the side of his head.
His hairy beard has been shaped bring the focus to his heavily built body.
Promzy’s body is full of tattoos and his fans especially the ladies have wowed him with much anticipation all over their faces waiting for hit tracks.
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