Ghanaian rapper, Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior, well known as Kwesi Arthur has revealed that his colleague, King Promise has paved the way for Ghanaian musicians to perform at the O2 Arena.
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King Promise recently thrilled audience at the O2 Arena with an electrifying performance. He perfornd alongside the Nigerian Afrobeat maestro, Wizkid at his “Made In Lagos” tour in London, UK.
Speaking in an interview, Kwesi Arthur lauded King Promise, saying that seeing him perform before the huge crowd was a massive one for him, but he could imagine the great feeling King Promise had while performing on stage at the Arena.
According to Kwesi Athur, he has personally been to the O2 Arena but not as a performer, hence seeing his buddy King Promise displaying his talent on the stage, he feels he has placed Ghana on the map.
He also stated that once King Promise has been able to attain such heights for himself and his country, he has paved way for other Ghanaian musicians to also make it to the Arena.
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In other news, a video is currently making rounds on social media that captured the moments Shatta Wale turned his stage performance into a stunt as he tried climbing one of the pillars holding the stage.
Shatta Wale earlier made a spectacular appearance in Kumasi with his buddy, Medikal for a concert. Videos circulated on social media captured the moments the superstars were being hailed by the fans on the street of Kumasi.
Shatta Wale who recently debuted his newest hairstyle was also spotted in a viral video spraying hundreds of cedis on his fans on the street just to reciprocate the love and support they’ve shown him.