Hurray today makes the birthday of King Promise but before that let’s check out a social responsibility task he did over the weekend.
King Promise aka ‘Nungua Chris Brown’ has extended a hand of compassion to the less privileged and disabled in society by having a donation.
The hot emerging artist together with his team created the ‘Touch A Life Impact Group’, where they dedicate their time and effort into raising funds, and showing love and compassion to the less privileged and disabled in society.
King Promise led the team with the CEO Samiat Kwannin to New Life Children’s Home in Nungua, his home city over the weekend.
Whiles at the New Life Children’s Home, Touch a Life Impact Group donated 200 bags of cement, water, sanitary, provisions among others. They also played games with the kids and had food and drinks for reception. As usual King Promise won’t say bye bye to the kids without not performing his number single at the moment – ‘Oh Yeah.
This laudable initiative from the artist and his team goes to show how much he values the society in which his music is consumed and appreciated. Should more Ghanaian artists do this, they will succeed in bringing not just joy through music but joy through giving.