Event Promoter Alordia, Based In The UK, Says Black Sherif Cannot Fill O2 Arena Right Now, But King Promise Can.

King Promise is a Ghanaian musician who has the potential to pack the prestigious O2 Arena in the UK, according to Nii Ofori Tackie, aka Alordia, also known as Alordia, the creator and CEO of Ghana Music Awards UK (GMA-UK). Tackie has thrown his support behind King Promise.

He asserted in an interview on Joy Prime on May 7, 2024, that King Promise will attract audiences from both domestic and international countries to his performances.

Alordia went on to say that King Promise is currently more likely than Black Sherif to receive a larger audience in London.

“I guarantee that King Promise will draw some foreign attendees if he is currently performing.

“As we speak right now… Black Sherif? No. In London right now, King Promise can draw an even larger crowd than Black Sherif, he claimed.

That being said, this is a far cry from a previous statement he made two years prior.

Due to his widespread appeal, Alordia claimed that Black Sherif may pack the O2 Arena in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz in September 2022.

He said that if the entertainment sector banded together, Black Sherif could fill the O2 Arena.

Black Sherif is the only performer capable of packing the O2 Arena due to the widespread appeal of his music. Our artists go there and take a seat by themselves. They don’t use native promoters to help them get the word out to people about the events.

He stated on Hitz FM, “We can accomplish this, but we must band together and work.”

Alordia’s comments came after the sold-out performance of Ghanaian rapper Medikal on May 3, 2024, at the 2,800-seat Indigo O2 in the UK.

Following the success of the event, many in the industry questioned whether it was time for Ghanaian musicians to play at the 20,000-seat O2 Arena.

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