In a thrilling revelation for fans worldwide, Ghanaian Afrobeat sensation King Promise has officially declared that his highly awaited third studio album, titled “True to Self,” is in the works and nearing completion.

With a string of chart-topping hits under his belt and a loyal fanbase eagerly awaiting his next musical endeavor, King Promise took to social media to share the exciting news. In a heartfelt message, he expressed his dedication to crafting an album that stays true to his unique sound and artistic vision.

“True to Self” promises to showcase King Promise’s evolution as an artist while staying authentic to his roots. Drawing inspiration from his life experiences and musical influences, the album is expected to feature a blend of infectious rhythms, soulful melodies, and poignant lyrics that resonate with listeners on a profound level.

The announcement has sparked a wave of excitement within the music industry, with fellow artists and fans alike expressing their anticipation for what is sure to be a defining moment in King Promise’s career.

As the release date draws near, the countdown to “True to Self” has officially begun, leaving fans on the edge of their seats in eager anticipation of what promises to be a musical masterpiece from one of Africa’s most talented and beloved artists.

King Promise, born Gregory Bortey Newman, is a Ghanaian singer and songwriter known for his soulful voice and contemporary take on highlife music. Rising to prominence in the Ghanaian music scene, he gained widespread recognition with hits like “Oh Yeah”, “Selfish” , “Perfect Combi”, “Terminator” and “Paris”.

Born on August 16, 1995, in Accra, Ghana, King Promise’s musical journey began in his teenage years, inspired by his love for music and his father’s diverse record collection. His unique blend of afrobeats, R&B, and highlife has earned him a dedicated fanbase both locally and internationally.

With his debut album “As Promised” released in 2019, King Promise continues to solidify his place as one of Ghana’s most promising musical talents.

Source: Ghana/ Mensah