Highlife artist King Promise has eulogized rapper Sarkodie as he says he made him who he is today.
According to King Promise, it was the rapper Sarkodie who ushered him into the limelight in the music industry. According to him, God used Sarkodie as an instrument.
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During the Outernet hall, London, United Kingdom, for the Sarkodie x The Composers & Friends, King Promise used the opportunity to eulogize the SarkCess mogul Sarkodie.
“Before I go, I hope you guys know this man put me on,” the ‘Thank You’ hitmaker said, touching Sarkodie’s shoulder.
“There’s King Promise only because there was Sarkodie,” he continued.
The crowd went wild.
“He believed in me from the start when nobody knew my name. I was some boy in Nungua and God used him [to help me].
“So I want to say God bless you,” he held Sarkodie by the shoulder and said.
“Fast forward, 5 years later, we’re in London…” KP noted, quickly adding: “Bro, this [thing] is crazy,” in an animated voice.
Slapping Sarkodie on the shoulder, affectionately, KP declared: “…has covered me, this man.
“Today, we’re in London. You know, the headline. It’s amazing, man.”
He asked Sarkodie: “How do you feel?”
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The rap superstar’s quick response was: “Beautiful times.”
“How do you feel? You put me on, and today, I’m out here,” 5 Star signee King Promise asked.
“Listen, not to brag, but I saw this happening,” Sarkodie assured.
“Is it?” KP quizzed.
“Of course,” Sarkodie answered. “You were never far from this.”