(VIDEO) I Was Inspired By Drake To Become A Rapper — Kwesi Arthur On BBC's Focus On Africa

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Ghanaian young and talented rapper, Kwesi Arthur has disclosed that his dream was to become a footballer but he had a change of mind after he was inspired by Canadian rapper, Drake.
Kwesi Arthur made this known when he featured for the first on BBC’s Focus on Africa.

Even though Kwesi Arthur lost out the BET’s Viewers’ Choice Award for Best New International Act to South Africa’s SJava but still soaring higher in his career.
Kwesi Arthur hit the limelight when he released his “Grind Day” song featuring Sarkodie and Medikal.

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He also won the Hip-hop song of the year award at the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
Being featured on BBC is a big exposure for Kwesi Arthur and we won’t be surprised to see him collaborate with big international stars.

Samuel-Clement, Senior Staff Writer
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