Sometime ago, Hip-Hop/Trap musician Kwesi Arthur Emmanuel popularly known in the music industry as Kwesi Arthur posited that he is content with his senior high school certificate.
In a chit chat with Amansan Krakye on Cape Coast-based radio central, the rapper who was all over in the news because of his “Grind Day” hit song felt money is the end product of classroom education, therefore, as long as the music is worth paying, why waste his time on lecture books and pamphlets.
“I still educate myself. I don’t think I’ll be able to go to a class with a lecturer in front of me. I’m opened to learning new thing every day,” Kwesi Arthur stated.
But from the look of things, it seems Kwesi Arthur is struggling musically as the hit songs are not coming. That is to say, it has been a long time Kwesi Arthur had a nationwide hit song like how he started years back.
It’s at the back of the hit-making hiatus in the camp of Kwesi Arthur that Ruthy, a showbiz pundit, has advised Kwesi Arthur to reconsider his decision on classroom education and follow the footsteps of Amerado Burner as soon as possible!
Don’t forget that Amerado Burner has gotten admission to study at the University of Ghana as he has thought that the music might not continually pay him as expected.