Arthur is considered to be one of the best up and coming young artists from Ghana – he is considered to be influential in Africa through his music background and makes it easy for people to relate to him.
Kwesi is living proof that even if you are born poor you can always make your situation better against the odds.
The rapper is known for his music which mostly talks about different socio-economical setups of the country and also touches on his upbringing which had a great deal of impact in his life.
Here’s a look at Kwesi’s life.
Kwesi Arthur’s Age
Kwesi Arthur’s Family
He has stayed at Good Shepherd and moved to Sakumono Estate to Naylor SDA and moved to Temasco.
Kwesi Arthur’s Education
Upon the realization that he was not able to advance his studies, Kwesi was close to becoming a security guard, as someone had promised to help him connect with a security company to help him earn money to put food on the table.
Whilst the inability to pay for tuition fees meant that Kwesi’s journalism dream was cut short, the circumstances did birth his musical career.
Kwesi Arthur’s Personal Life
Efia finally broke his silence and opened up about her relationship with Kwesi. Telling her version of the truth about her experience on dating the rapper.
Kwesi Arthur’s Career
The record was released under his independent space and received massive support from a social movement group called, GroundUp Chale.
As a newcomer, receiving the support from GroundUp Chale was utterly uplifting as they were already established in Ghana.
Kwesi Arthur’s Awards
It isn’t every day that you wake up to being nominated by the BET Awards but, Kwesi was fortunate enough to be nominated for the 2018 BET International Act.
Kwesi didn’t win the award but that was sufficient for the rapper to draw inspiration and continue working on his craft. The award went to South African singer, Sjava for his contribution towards his Zulu music.
Kwesi Arthur’s Net Worth