I asked King Promise for a feature but he snubbed me – Kwaisey Pee reveals

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Well-known Ghanaian artist Kwaisey Pee, born Kwasi Poku Addae has lamented about how he was frozen out by colleague artist King Promise when he asked for a feature.

Most artists try to either collaborate or feature other artists on their songs to either give them a different flair or different tune. It seems Kwaisey Pee’s invitation to highlife King Promise for a feature fell on the bare floor.

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Kwaisey Pee disclosed in an interview on Rush Hour, hosted by Elvis Crystal on Asaase 99.5 FM how he approached highlife artist King Promise on a feature but did not get any positive feedback from him.

“I have approached King Promise as well and he never did it. And I met him (King Promise) after the VGMAs. We were in the same category “Best male vocalist category”. It was him, myself, Joe Mettle, and other guys. And I won that category, so after that, I met him and told him that I have sent him a song and was still waiting on him but he told me he didn’t know about it.

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“One thing I have noticed about the music industry is that most of the artists pretend a lot. Even though I was dealing with his manager, when I went to the house he (King Promise) was there. So, definitely, he knew about it,” he added.

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Speaking about his new song and the motive behind releasing a gospel song, Kwaisey Pee stated; “all good things come from above, I’m not Buddhist, I’m not Muslim, I’m not Krishna or any of that sort. I believe in God. And sometimes you feel like God has done marvelously in your life.”

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“This year I haven’t done anything so I decided to do a gospel song. This year it is the highest that gave me my talent so I decided to take that opportunity to do something to praise him.”

“You know it’s music, it flows through my veins. I sleep music, I eat music, I do everything music. So, if I come to you it’s not because of competition, I’m coming to you because I want us to do music,” he said.

source: www.ghbase.com

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