Kwesi Arthur Sets the Record Straight: No Plans to Quit Music

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Published on March 22, 2024

Rumors swirled, tongues wagged, but Kwesi Arthur isn’t stepping away from the mic anytime soon. The Ghanaian rapper recently addressed speculations that he was contemplating leaving the music industry after parting ways with his former management company, GroundUp Chale. In an exclusive interview on 3Music TV, Kwesi sets the record straight, revealing his dedication to his craft.

Acknowledging the challenges of transitioning to independence after years under a structured system, Kwesi admitted it wasn’t an easy journey. However, rather than succumb to the pressures, he persisted, releasing hits like “Pain Interlude,” “Penny,” and “For Life” to keep his fans engaged and entertained.

“When you leave the system, everything is brand new for you,” Kwesi Arthur explained. “Fortunately for me, I still kept pushing…If I would have stopped making music, it would have been then, in 2022.” The rapper emphasized his resilience, highlighting the recent release of his first project under his own music company, dedicated to his grandmother’s memory.

Dispelling rumors of an imminent departure from the music scene, the rapper expressed gratitude for his platform and the opportunity to inspire others. He affirmed his commitment to using his music to uplift, motivate, and bring hope to his audience.

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Addressing the reported disputes with his former record label, Kwesi Arthur stressed the importance of legal guidance when navigating contracts. Reflecting on his own experience, he cautioned against hastily signing agreements without careful consideration.

Despite the challenges and uncertainties, Kwesi Arthur is back, and he’s here to stay. His return marks a new chapter in his music career, fueled by determination, passion, and an unwavering commitment to his art. As fans eagerly anticipate what’s next from the “Grind Day” crooner, one thing is clear: Kwesi Arthur is ready to shine brighter than ever before.

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