Young rapper Kwesi Arthur has stated he will no more continue his education after living Senior High School and jumping into music. Kwesi Arthur after releasing his first project, the Live from Nkrumah Krom EP, in early 2017. Some months later, a song from the EP titled “Grind Day” caught on to listener’s ears, spread like wildfire and became a smash hit.
Kwesi Arthur who seemed alright at this moment of his life disclosed has disclosed in an interview with Emcee Bebe on Cape 93.3FM that, music has been his main career and he believes music has been good so he can not stop and continue schooling.
“To be frank, I have completed SHS but I I’ve no plans or whatsoever of continuing my education. My focus now is on music not in the acquisition of certificates”, Ghbase captured
When Kwesi was probed further by the host of Cape FM’s Entertainment Xtra, Emcee Bebe if he’ll ever rescind his decision in reference to formal education, Kwesi Arthur responded in disapproval.
“Errm there’s no way. I’ve never thought of that. Music is my everything for now. I’m thinking about how to cross boundaries with my music comparably to certificates”, Kwesi added
Recently Kwesi Arthur’s Anthem, has hit 1million views on YouTube. After 6 months of release, what seemed like a freestyle has hit 1million views on YouTube.
Not to ran from the main issue, after sharing stories of how life was for him, Kwesi Arthur and his family took the step to reach the house of Lord to thank him for his favors he has bestowed on them.
Kwesi Arthur testified to the congregation and blessed the church with his new hit song “woara” which has over 100k views on YouTube and has received massive air-play since it’s release.
The thanks-giving which was done at the Tema Community 9 Pentecost Church saw church members sing and dance to the “woara” song and were very excited over what the lord has done for Kwesi Arthur’s family.
Kwesi Arthur who was nominated for the 2018 BET Awards Viewersʼ Choice: Best New International Act nomination lost to Pop artist Sjava a South African who was also nominated for this year’s BET Best New International Act Awards.