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Promise no longer a secular artist to release gospel single

” I had to let go of the music I was doing” Renowned artist Promise shares new life journey in a heartfelt post.

Photo: Promise Instagram


She made us tanauka and Dogo Dogo. The singer who has made her name by delivering hit after hit and literally burning the dance floor with her moves announced yesterday on Facebook that this will all be a thing of the past.


Promise who went off the radar shared her testament where she said she had visited Eternal Worship City last year and gave her life to Christ. According to the songbird, she was depressed, emotionally drained and was looking for love and acceptance.


“ The minute I entered, I felt sudden peace. It felt as if a very heavy load had been lifted off me. During altar call, I went to the front and gave my life to Christ once more. I felt a sudden peace that I couldn’t comprehend, ” she wrote.

❤️MY TESTIMONY❤️Wow, how long has it been since I said a word on my official page? 1 year? Wow!I know a lot of people…

Posted by Promise on Tuesday, 2 April 2019


In the post, Promise said she had to let go of the music she was doing and that she found her promised destiny.


“I kept going to church. Kept on praying to the point where I had to let go of the music I was doing. I Met a father. I met a spiritual Father. A mentor. A prophet. A man of God sent from have found lead me to my promised destiny, ”she wrote.

In concluding her status update something else happened last year, which she will share with her fans in the next post. She later posted another update where she announced that she will be dropping her first gospel single

I can't wait to tell the world my story! My very first gospel single is dropping soon.#imATestimony

Posted by Promise on Tuesday, 2 April 2019

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