BET Awards nominee Kwesi Arthur continues to live up to expectation since he gained popularity in the Ghanaian music since after ‘Grind’ was released.
The Ground Up act keep working harder every time releasing records like ‘Anthem’, ‘Woara’ and latest ‘Don’t Keep Me Waiting’.
The relatively young rapper has revealed the person who paid for the visuals to motivational hit song ‘Woara’.
According to him, Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade known by stage name Mr Eazi paid for that video.
He made this known in a tweet which read: “Thank you so much @mreazi He has done so much for up and coming african musicians! Most people don’t know he paid for my video for Woara!!GOD TRUELY BLESS YOU BIG BRO.”
Thank you so much @mreazi He has done so much for up and coming african musicians! Most people don’t know he paid for my video for Woara!!GOD TRUELY BLESS YOU BIG BRO.loading...
— Kwesi Arthur (@KwesiArthur_) September 23, 2018
Although the two musicians do not have a song together, they were featured on King Promise‘s ‘Oh Yeah’ remix.
Mr Eazi is noted for helping up and coming musicians on the continent through event gigs, records, etc. Among them include but not limited to ‘One Corner’ hit maker Patapaa.
Source: Yaw Sarpong | GlammyNews.com