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King Promise Makes An Honest Opinion About Black Sherif

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Ghanaian Afrobeat singer, Gregory Bortey Newman, well known as King Promise has made an honest submission about the trap sensation, Mohammed Ismail Sherif, popularly known as Black Sherif.

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Ever since he emerged into the scene, the young chap hailing from the Ashanti region of Ghana is taking his music to a different level. With hits like “Second Sermon”, Black Sherif has managed to win the hearts of many and has redefined trap and hiplife music.

Black Sherif has also evolved from a viral sensation to one of Ghana’s hottest music stars pushing RnB and Trap Music to new heights in just one year.

Well, King Promise has taken to his Twitter page to express his admiration for the young singer with regards to his talents and domination in the music industry.

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In other news, Nigerian music duo, PSquare made of two brothers, Paul Okoye and Peter Okoye recently thrilled an audience in their house after they threw a plush birthday party to celebrate their birthday moments after reuniting after being apart for a long time.

It would be vividly recalled that the twin brothers went their separate ways on September 25, 2017, according to multiple news outlets. After Peter allegedly delivered a termination letter to the group’s lawyer after which reports circulated on social media about their separation. Prior to this claim, the duo had split up in 2016, allegedly over a disagreement about their manager’s role.

Well, a video surfaced on social media which captured the twin brothers hugging and exchanging pleasantries as they reunite after going their separate ways for a very long time. The news sparked a lot of excitement among fans of the duo and some of their colleagues in the industry.

Source: Ghgossip.com

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