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King Promise recounts an incident in which he was prevented from performing by a Ghanaian musician in London.

Please help one another: King Promise tells the story of how a Ghanaian musician stopped him from playing in London.

King Promise recounts an incident in which he was prevented from performing by a Ghanaian musician in London: King Promise recently discussed the obstacles that stand in the way of collaboration in the music business. He brought attention to the pervasive notion among artists that working together equates to rivalry rather than an opportunity for advancement. He brought up some points in a Twitter exchange with content creator Kwadwo Sheldon. King Promise related a story from London where he was turned away from an event sponsored by a Ghanaian artist. He was not allowed to perform, even though he really wanted to help and be the star of the show. King Promise lamented the prevailing mentality while discussing the issue, saying, “It’s just the mentality of Ghanaians.” It is us against the world, not us against each other, as I constantly say.

King Promise also discussed his collaborations with Nigerian musicians Omar Lay and Wizkid in the interview. He was puzzled as to whether some artists viewed these collaborations as a means of rivalry instead of as a chance for mutual development. Despite the differences in their backgrounds, King Promise stressed the importance of encouraging other musicians to adopt a new perspective by encouraging them to put support for one another ahead of rivalry. He emphasized that harmony, not internal conflict, is what the music industry needs to succeed, and he urged cooperation for the good of the whole music scene.

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