A name which sounds even now like the call of a trumpet in our entertainment circle, Kwesi Arthur told Andy Dosty on Day Beak Hitz on Hitz 103.9 FM that he does music with feelings. His stamp of approval is traceable to a tweet he posted hours ago; “who knew that one day i would make the kind of songs my family would be singing along to in the church! this was a spiritual moment for me…
who knew that one day i would make the kind of songs my family would be singing along to in the church! this was a spiritual moment for me… 🙏🏾☝🏾@GroundUpChale https://t.co/4K1jPfBXKC pic.twitter.com/nY1XMG7lsG
— Kwesi Arthur (@KwesiArthur_) July 12, 2018
His newest jam ‘Woara – God Engineering’. As emotional as it sounds, it carries a mighty wind, like a leviathan, plowed the brine. It also brings to light the feelings or emotions channeled into the song.
Looking at how tough things use to be back then, ‘Woara’ is a thanksgiving song dedicated to God for engineering constant smile over the life of himself and family, like sunshine over flowers. It was released upon his return from the high-ranking BET awards hosted in Los Angeles. Without wasting time, he took inspiration from his past and present experience to express his appreciation and gratitude to God.
He then visited his church, Pentecost Church of Ghana Tema Community 9 branch for a thanksgiving service where he engaged the entire congregation alongside his family in the official video for ‘Woara’. His BET nomination has obviously added color to his brand.Written by: John Claude Tamakloe.
Source: Beenie Words