Since breaking out in 2017 with his smash hit “Grind Day,” Kwesi Arthur has been one of the most sought-after rappers in the country, with a fanbase that is avid and unrelenting.
But from nowhere and least expected, the relevancy of Kwesi Arthur in our musical puzzle keeps diminishing with the emergence of Kweku Flick somewhere in the year 2020, Nhyira Fm’s Ruthy has observed!
Per the observation and analysis of Ruthy on Nhyira Fm’s “Entertainment Power” show, Kwesi Arthur is currently finding it difficult to regain his feet and lost glory all because of Kumase-based rapper Kweku Flick.
Ruthy noted that Kweku Flick mimicking Kwesi Arthur has done a lot of disservice or harm, therefore, she’s not surprised that Kwesi Arthur is fading away from our music industry.
But contrary to the above, rapper cum singer, Andy Osei Sarfo, popularly known as Kweku Flick has on several platforms shot down every claim that he copied the style of fellow rapper, Kwesi Arthur.
According to Kweku Flick, he has been himself since he entered the rap scene and won’t change to suit anyone.