Young Ghanaian musician Kwesi Arthur has opened up about his life and his budding music career and some of the revelations would totally amaze you. Kwesi Arthur who graduated from Tema Senior High School few years ago spoke to Andrew Tandoh Adote on his Tonight Show on Joy Prime last Sunday.

Below are some amazing revelations made by the young musician;

Kwesi Arthur was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth. Coming from a very challenged background, he had to endure the troubles of being sacked from school every term due to his parent’s inability to pay his fees.

“I completed Tema Secondary school and I got admission to GIJ but couldn’t continue due to finances. Anytime they came to school to sack the people who haven’t paid their fees, I got sacked, every term I got sacked. They only time I wasn’t sacked was because they got the names missed up,” he revealed.

Kwesi Arthur also opened up about having Sarkodie feature on his track ‘Grind Day.’

“We grew up listening to Sarkodie. We used to idolize Sarkodie. So he, getting on my song blew my mind.”

Kwesi Arthur, despite the fact that he is gradually becoming a household name and has featured the likes of Sarkodie and Medikal in the past still takes trotro and he is not bothered by that.

Check out the full interview below:



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