God has brought me far – Kwesi Arthur - GhKings

God has brought me far – Kwesi Arthur

Yes we can. These are words of belief we utter frequently, words we utter to give us hope but when Barack Obama made them a mantra, they also chronicle how a young boy from Kenya rose up to become the president of one the greatest nations in the world. Obama may be gone but people are still emphasising this ethos.

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Kwesi Arthur has risen up from nowhere to become the in-form rapper at the moment, the one musicians want to collaborate with and the one fans yearn to hear from. Aside his dedication and hard work, his success is due to God.

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“This journey just gets crazier each day, who ever thought a kid from C9-Tema, Ghana would be nominated for such a prestigious award!! We thank God for the grace, and I can’t thank you people enough for you support! If you have a minute I would appreciate your vote, head to @bet_africa instagram and vote by commenting underneath my picture #IPICKKWESIA18 Let’s do our best to try and bring this home! #IPICKKWESIA18 ????????????????????????to the world”.

Setting the record straight, Kwesi Arthur registered his name on the lips of Ghanaian music enthusiasts when he teamed up with Sarkodie and Medikal to remake ‘Grind Day’ song produced by Kayso.

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Since then, his name in a way has become a household name. His style is undoubtedly unique comparably to his colleagues in the game of rap cum Hip-Hop in Ghana.

People of Ghana and music lovers everywhere, kindly log on to the BET official website to vote for Kwesi Arthur.

Kwaku Owusu-Ansah

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