“Music gave me the ticket to move out of poverty”- Kwesi Arthur

Kwesi Arthur, a well-known Ghanaian rapper, has described how he and his family lived in abject poverty before breaking into the spotlight as A-list artists.

In an interview with Accra FM’s Nana Romeo, Kwesi Arthur stated that he would not have been who he is today if it weren’t for music.

The rapper, who is presently promoting his “Son Of Jacob” album, also said that music has allowed him to make a lot while also assisting some less fortunate individuals.

According to reports, the rapper said:

“I was able to travel because of music, I even came to Accra because of music because I’m a Tema boy and in Tema, we don’t like travelling out to Accra,” 

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He has to love the music, that’s the first thing…some people see music as glamorous, they see musicians drive nice cars, have women around them so they want to jump into it but I feel to be great, you have to be dedicated.”

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