King Promise, a Ghanaian musician, was one of the stars who performed at Wizkid’s Made In Lagos live performance, which spanned his 10-year history.
To the delight of the audience, the multi-talented Ghanaian vocalist delivered a set of his hit songs “Oh Yeah,” “Tokyo,” “Slow Down,” “Ring My Line,” and more at the O2 Arena in London, UK.
He got the audience singing along to every tune he played, demonstrating how his music had won the hearts of his admirers.
“When we say Ghana to the fullest, I need the lights on for this young man right here, the king of all promises, my bro King Promise,” Wizkid said as he presented King Promise.
King Promise praised Wizkid for a life-changing opportunity in a Twitter appreciation post. “Last night was filled with unforgettable moments.
In an appreciation post to Wizkid on Twitter, King Promise thanked him for a life-changing opportunity. “Unforgettable moments last night. Grateful for the Love forever bro Wizkidayo. Thank you, London! Just a boy from Nungua crazy enough to dream big, rocking the 02,” he tweeted.
In the UK show exclusive, Grammy Award-winning Nigerian singer/songwriter Wizkid, was the latest artist to be added to The O2’s Welcome Back Show series where he performed his Made In Lagos show to a full capacity crowd. Chris Brown shared the stage with Wizkid in London.
Following the release of his critically acclaimed album ‘Made In Lagos’, fans were not only engulfed in the unique sounds, live instrumentation, and vibes of Lagos but celebrated Wizkid’s love and appreciation for where he comes from and his inspirational journey.
The artiste’s first performance on ticket sales placed him over the charts, alongside top artists such as the Spice Girls and the Rolling Stones who have sold-out the venue in under 13 minutes.