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King Promise Becomes First Afrobeats Artiste to Host Sold out Concert in Asia

Set to perform live at the Tipsy Unicorn Beach House on 26 April, King Promise’s concert marks the beginning of his Asian Tour and promises to be an unforgettable experience for fans in Singapore.

Ghanaian Afrobeats artist and songwriter, King Promise, has announced that his Asian tour has sold out.

This makes the Ghanaian musician the first African artist to accomplish the feat. King Promise took to Instagram to express his excitement about thrilling his fans in Asia.

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Set to perform live at the Tipsy Unicorn Beach House on 26 April, King Promise’s concert marks the beginning of his Asian Tour and promises to be an unforgettable experience for fans in Singapore.

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With his worldwide hit song “Terminator,” King Promise has solidified his position as an award-winning international superstar, earning him the opportunity to sell out his Asia tour.

King Promise, real name Gregory Bortey Newman, made his debut with Fuse ODG in 2016 with the single “Thank God.”

His musical genres include R&B, Afrobeats, Highlife, and Hip-hop. King Promise is signed to Legacy Life Entertainment, a record label managed by Gervin Ohene Addo. He won several awards, including Best Male Vocalist of the Year at the Ghana Music Awards in the United Kingdom and Hiplife Song of the Year at the 3 Music Awards.

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