Nothing seems to be stopping Bugatti Recordinf Group (BRG) music star and Afro pop hitmaker, Promise Ilebor, popularly known as KingP as the singer, who completed the music video of his song, Roborebe promised his fans more projects are coming.
The video, which was shot in Lagos is one of the new projects of KingP as he planned to keep building on the success he recorded with his previous song, Banga where he featured Zlatan.
Roborebe, according to the KingP was a follow up to the yearnings of his fans, who kept asking him to drop another song even when Banga was still topping music charts within and outside Nigeria.
The new video was shot and directed by prolific music video director, Prodigeezy, who brought his best into the game to give the song a perfect video interpretation.
Speaking with R on his new projects, the Banga singer said the plan was to keep giving his fans something new. He admitted that the outbreak of COVID-19 may hamper some of his plans but he would not stop making videos and planning ahead for life after COVID-19.
“This is one of the videos we have just shot. I can assure my fans that new projects are in the pipeline. As soon as we get over this disturbing period of our human life with regard to the coronavirus, the music industry will keep hearing my name for the rest of the year,” he said.
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