Ghanaian Hip-Hop/ Trap musician, Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior aka Kwesi Arthur says he has completed SHS and there are no plans of continuing education anytime soon.
Kwesi Arthur became Ghana’s most prominent 2017 breakout rap star with a song from his EP titled “Grind Day” which
caught listener’s ears, spread like wildfire and became a smash hit.
Since then, Kwesi has been steady grinding, doing show after show and releasing more songs as well as visuals to accompany them.
Kwesi Arthur received massive support from Ghanaians before and after BET Viewers’ Choice Best New International Act category, even though he didn't win.
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According to Kwesi, he couldn’t continue his Tertiary education because of a financial crisis after he completed Tema Senior High School.
However, Kwesi has disclosed that he’s not interested in formal education anymore! The “Grind Day” hitmaker revealed in an interview he granted Emcee Bebe on Cape 93.3FM on Saturday, September 29, 2018.
It's obvious that "money no be the problem" for the young chap and he's leaving his own life.
“To be frank, I have completed SHS but I I’ve no plans or whatsoever of continuing my education. My focus now is on music not in the acquisition of certificates”, Kwesi Arthur said.
When Kwesi was quizzed further by the host that will he ever rescind his decision in reference to formal education, Kwesi Arthur responded in disapproval.
“Errm there’s no way. I’ve never thought of that. Music is my everything for now. I’m thinking about how to cross boundaries with my music and not to think of certificates”, he insisted.
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