Telling their story in an interview with Joy TV, the grandmother of the Grind day hitmaker and the one time BET nominee, Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior, known by the stage Kwesi Arthur, says people have hailed insult at her simply for the ‘kind of music’ her grandson does.
Also Speaking in the interview, Kwesi Arthur’s mother recalled events leading to the son’s newfound success in music where things were tough for them a few years back.
Even though his father disagrees with his son’s hairstyle; he didn’t express any form of dislike for Kwesi Arthur’s music or so whatever.
He, on the other hand, described the dazzling musician as a “loving and respectful boy” who laughed at the idea of his hairstyle being an issue with his father.
Kwesi Arthur made a breakthrough with his “Grind day” single in 2017 which later featured rappers Sarkodie and Medikal on the remix.
He has since after the BET nomination released bangers after bangers.
His “Live From Nkrumah Krom Volume II” (Home Run), released recently, features Nasty C from South Africa, Ghana’s all-time biggest art Sarkodie, Mr Eazi from Nigeria and the dancehall gods from Ghana, Shatta Wale, and Stonebwoy.
For most Ghanaians, religion is inseparable from morality, personal life or professional life either and tend to judge everything from that standpoint.
Whatever becomes too much is unhealthy for peaceful coexistence amongst people. The little any person can be is to be happy for others when they rise from the mud “legally”.