Renowned Ghanaian Afrobeats singer, King Promise has expressed his disappointment for not winning an award at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

Many people expected King Promise to have a lot of the awards going his way on the day based on his works under the year in review but the day ended and the singer had nothing in his coffers to walk home with.

On the heels of this, the “Sisa” hitmaker is saddened by his failure to secure an award for his works.

Speaking on the matter, he expressed how disheartened he is, but has decided not to blame anyone. He has chosen to channel his energy into working harder moving forward.

“Honestly, I don’t want to be casting blame because if we are looking for faults we will find them but I think that isn’t the way to go because I feel like I might be part of the problem as well so I don’t want to be casting blames I just want to keep working and then hopefully what is meant to happen will happen. As human as I am, I’m disappointed”, he revealed.

Meanwhile, he went on to state that he has no qualms with the organizers of the awards. He also shared how he has always dreamt [as a kid] to perform on the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards stage one day, something he is doing so well now and feels proud of after he was quizzed on if he has given up on the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

“I just performed on the stage and went home with zero. If there was a problem I wouldn’t be on the stage. Growing up this was one stage that I prayed that I will one day blow and be on it. That one is still in my heart. For someone who was upcoming not long ago to be doing my thing on the stage and killing to have everyone in the country watching, this was always my dream growing up so I’m not going to sit here and act like I don’t care I just don’t speak about it,” he said.