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The Promise That Heaven Kept

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Released  August 08, 2002
Length  58:31
TPTHK (2002)  More Than Music (2008)
Release date  8 August 2002
Recorded  2001–2002
Producer  Dan "DFS" Johnson
Artist  Promise
Genre  Hip hop music
Label  DFS Records, Indiepool Distribution
People also search for  More Than Music, Promise

TPTHK [The Promise That Heaven Kept] is the first studio album by Canadian recording artist Promise, it was released on August 8, 2002. The album features guest appearances from Sean Slaughter, Aion Clarke fka Voyce Alexander and others. The album was released by independent record label DFS Records.



  • Executive producers: Dan Johnson
  • Co-executive producers: Andrew James and Promise Shepherd
  • Recording: Andrew James and Promise
  • Mastering and Mastering: DFS Records, Toronto
  • Art Direction, Design and Photography: Melanie Greenwood, Vision City
  • Awards

  • 2002 CGMA Covenant Award for Hip-Hop/Rap Song of the Year for "Alright"
  • 2003 Kardinal Offishall Strength In Numbers Award for Best Performance
  • 2003 Vibe Award Nominee for Best Hip-Hop/Rap Album of the Year
  • 2003 UMAC Award Nominee for Best Gospel Recording for "Alright"
  • 2003 Maja Award for Best Urban Gospel
  • 2003 Maja Award Nominee for Best Male Artist of the Year
  • 2003 Maja Award Nominee for Best New Artist of the Year
  • Songs

    2World System3:28
    3This Man4:05


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