'It's My Time To Shine' - King Promise responds to critics

'It's My Time To Shine' - King Promise responds to critics

Ghanaian Afrobeats musician, Gregory Nii Bortey Newman, who goes by the stage name King Promise has responded to his critics after winning the "Album of the Year" at the 2023 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards that happened at the Grand Arena, Accra International Conference Center.
In an interview on UTV's Showbiz, The Terminator hitmaker explained that people are entitled to their opinions and what they think, however, he believes he worked twice as hard to clinch the plaque for Album of the Year.
King Promise, who was in the category with the sensational musician Black Sherif and other nominees, took home the award amidst mixed feelings from some patrons to the event and music lovers across the country.
Some people felt Black Sherif deserved the award.

"Everyone is entitled to their opinion, and I'm okay with that, People equally had a problem when from 2019 I couldn't pick up any award so that's how the game is.

I love Black Sherrif and I enjoy his album, every nominee in that category is deserving of it but it's an honor I was recognized for my hard work

I'm grateful for the honor and I appreciate my fans for believing in my craft and supporting me people can feel however they want to feel it doesn't change it, It's my time to shine and I embrace it"

However, he believed he worked exceptionally hard to grab the award and was grateful to his fans and those voted for him to win on the night.

"It's my time to shine. I embrace it", he stated.





Written By: DJ RAYA