Popular hip-hop act, Kwesi Arthur has, on the eve of Ghana’s senior national soccer team commencing their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations campaign last night, shared a new MOG-produced single.
“Elevate,” which emphasises self-motivation and quintessential urban music braggadocio, samples chord identity from Phil Collins’ 1989 hit, “Another Day in Paradise.” A spirited street-inspired video attendant to the record was directed by David Duncan portrays Arthur switch between his trademark bare-chested look, and sporting a jersey of the Ghana Black Stars, accentuating his look with a cape fashioned from the Ghana flag.
“It’s victory season,” Arthur started as he announced the release on social media. “This one is the winners anthem. new tune for the nation! Let’s go,” he added.
“Elevate” arrives off the hells of his new body of work, “Live From Nkrumah Krom II: Homerun,” and his controversial “Thoughts From King Arthur 4” freestyle. It was published under Ground Up Chale.
Since breaking out with”Grind Day,” his explosive hip-hop number, the act has not looked back, maintaining consistent viral status. A BET nominee, Arthur is author of “Live From Nkrumah Krom”—the 5-track debut EP that garnered him his cult following and a taste of the mainstream. He’s also 2018 winner of the VGMA Hiphop Song of the Year category.