‘Grind Day’ hit maker , Kwesi Arthur revealed how his life was not all rossy before he hit the limelight.
He said he had to hustle through and through. He indicated that when he was quite little, he would go to school with no more money and had to wait till break time when his father came with money.
Kwesi Arthur had his major breakthrough last year when he featured Sarkodie and Medikal on the remix of his track ‘Grind Day’ which received massive applause and won him Hiphop song of the year at this year’s Vodafone Music Awards and he was also nominated for BET‘s Viewers Choice award at the just ended BET awards.
He has really made impact in the Ghanaian music scene with his hiphop style since he came.
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Kwesi Arthur was nominated for the 2018 edition of Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards, which triggered a massive campaign on social media.
Kwesi Arthur lost the 2018 BET Awards Viewersʼ Choice: Best New International Act nomination to Pop artist Sjava a South African who was also nominated for this year’s BET Best New International Act Awards.
Kwesi Arthur was in the same category with Nigerian Niniola, Southern African Sjava, UK’s NOT3S, Prince Waly from France and many other international artist for the Viewers’ Choice: Best New International Act award.
2018 Bet Awards nominations were announced in 20 categories, selected by BET’s Voting Academy comprised of a group of respected entertainment professionals in the fields of television, film, music, social media, digital marketing, sports journalism, public relations, creative arts and fans.