The rapper claims to have grown up listening to “Mr. Music Man.”
A Kojo Antwi CD was owned by my aunt. When I went to get it from her room, I kept playing the song.
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The “Grind Day” hitmaker claimed that Kojo Antwi’s compositions, instrumentals, and melodies are what drew him to the song.
His lyrics, instrumentals, melodies, and compositions all have a heartfelt quality to them.
Kwesi Arthur, added that Kojo Antwi has power over his music, and he admires that about him.
The well-known hitmaker also revealed that although his uncle used to play hip-hop music, he wasn’t particularly into it because he preferred African music in an interview with Kafui Dey on GTV’s Breakfast Show.
I frequently listened to African music. VIP, P Square, 2 Face, and TIC Tac, you know.
Kwesi Arthur continued by describing his experience as a Tema resident and stating that Tema is a vibrant and wonderful place to live.
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