King Promise: “Terminator” Hitmaker Excites Fans As He Cooks Two New Afrobeats Tunes

BY Nii Ogbamey Tetteh October 31, 2023 10:24 AM EDT

Award-winning Afrobeats singer, King Promise, is not resting at all following the success of his enthralling single, Terminator released earlier this year. The Ghanaian singer has returned to the studio to prepare two brand new tunes which he calls Perfect Combi and Naana.

The mid-tempo Afro-instrumental rhythms do not come with the same ‘energy’ as Terminator but are likely to rally some new following for the 28-year-old entertainer.

On Perfect Combi, King Promise sings about the excitement of finding a new lover whose vibe, beauty, and personality he describes as a “perfect combination” — shortened as Perfect Combi.

The new song comes with soft and immersive instrumentation fit for radio play and could be a good selection for Disc Jockeys warming up for an outdoor or open house party.

Naana, on the other hand, is also a love and affection-themed melody where the Legacy Life Entertainment signee sings about his obsession with a beautiful lady named Naana who “completes him” and for which reason he needs no other.

Fans have described both tunes as “smooth jams” from the musician who does not make promises yet delivers soothing melodies in his own time.

King Promise’s Terminator has been on an upward trajectory since it dropped in March 2023. With its dedicated dance moves, the song has gained hundreds of hits across streaming platforms while some fans have tipped the song for future awards.

The success of the Terminator single prompted a remix with Nigerian singer-songwriter, Young Jonn in July 2023. Characteristic of some new records, Perfect Combi, is yet to “diffuse” properly into music streams and it is only a matter of time before the latest melody performs similar ‘magic’ as Terminator did.

The Commando crooner, in September this year, won the Best Male West Africa award at the 2023 edition of the African Muzik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA) which was held at Meyerson Symphony Centre in Dalla, Texas. He beat competition from Black Sherif, Nigeria’s Omah Lay, Asake, Adekunle Gold, and many other nominees.