Good industry but full of ‘horrible deals’, I’m a victim – Kwesi Arthur

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According to Ghanaian rapper Kwesi Arthur, even if the music industry is a “wonderful business,” it is full with egotistical individuals who pose as friends but are really adversaries.

This was mentioned by the BET-recognized performer during an episode of Metro TV’s Entertainment Review in Accra.

Although he acknowledged that the local music scene is “a solid industry,” he issued a warning that “there are just a lot of vultures in there.” A lot of people fake things. People will snake-bite you if they have the slightest opportunity.

Even those you trust, he said. You must exercise extreme caution and ensure that the persons working for you are sincere in their intentions. Another issue the ‘Toxic’ hitmaker emphasized was bad contracts.

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In his perforated white shirt, he said, “You signing poor deals, dreadful deals [with] people you think are truly for you but they are really in it for themselves.” In the industry, there is a lot of that.

If he had ever been a victim of such a deal in his career, the host Dessy Fayden questioned.

He said, “Oh yeah,” but there was some hesitancy in his voice.

He quickly added, “But we’re in a better situation now.

Kwesi Arthur tweeted on August 2, 2022, that he was engaged in a dispute with the record label Ground Up Chale. It is the rap group he first gained notoriety with, which also features Kofi Mole and Quamina MP.

@GroundUpChale, picks up the phone, bro. Laugh out loud, he said, “Lol.

He later indicated that his calls were still going unanswered in another tweet, adding, “I want all my [stuff] back, my guy.”

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Kwesi emphasized in yet another tweet that “so many artists in the position I was would be taken advantage of if I keep quiet.”

He said in the now-deleted Twitter thread, “I’m done calming down.

Kwesi Arthur, also known as Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior, discovered his writing and rapping abilities around 2010. He decided to consider it carefully. Stars like Sarkodie, Eminem, Kanye West, and Drake served as inspiration for him.

The 27-year-debut old’s single, “Grind Day,” was released in April 2017.

His debut album ‘Son of Jacob’ was released in April 2022. According to the biggest audio streaming service in Africa, Boomplay, the 15-track project was the third most consumed album in Ghana for 2022.

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