Kwesi Arthur talks about his humble beginnings on the Delay Show
Rapper/singer Kwesi Arthur is the latest guest on the Delay show.
Born and raised in Tema, Kwesi Arthur recounts from a humble beginning; sleeping inside a “container” store to BET nomination.Click to watch Don’t Keep Me Waiting (feat KiDi) – video
The “Ground Up” rapper talked about not being able to see his SHS results due to his school arrears.
“I was very disturbed. I wasn’t thinking about the future,” he said. The rapper who had then started recording songs later became a studio apprentice. “I learnt to record within a week,” he added.
Kwesi Arthur also talked about his family; his mother, a fishmonger at the Tema harbour and his father, electronic repairer. Moving from Tema Community 2 to Community 5, he also recounted sleeping in a “container” with his family.
Recorded his successful single “Grind Day” at Community 9, the rapper made waves during the fourth year in his musical career.Also checkout: Pappy Kojo talks about Depression, Smoking, multiple Flings
He also revealed why he recorded his popular song “Woara,” attributing his success to God.
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