King Promise And Killbeat Share Photos Of Their General Manager At Legacy Life Entertainment As He Celebrates His Birthday

Music producer Killbeatz and Afrobeat singer King Promise, celebrating the birthday of the General Manager of their Record label, Legacy Life Entertainment, shared some dope photos of him.

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The manager who goes by the name Ohene Faruku has been with the R2Bees group, of which Killbeatz is part, for a very long time now.

After the establishment of Legacy Life Entertainment, which signed King Promise, Killbeatz employed the services of Ohene to be the manager of King Promise and the General Manager of the Record Label.

On his special day, both Killbeatz and King Promise shared photos of this hard-working man and added messages as they wished him a happy birthday.

King Promise after sharing his photos said, “Happy birthday to the captain behind the scene making sure everything sweet & bless @ohene_faruku ! Love & appreciate you bro ??? ! Family 4Life ⚔️⚔️ with Killbeatz also writing, “Happy birthday to my manager, business partner & brother @ohene_faruku ! We celebrate you today? #LLE

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Happy birthday to my manager, business partner & brother @ohene_faruku ! We celebrate you today? #LLE

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