I’m not the same person i used to be when i started making music – Kwesi Arthur

Ghanaian rapper Kwesi Arthur recently appeared on 3Music’s Culture Daily show to discuss the challenges he has faced in his musical journey.

The artist, who recently dropped his latest project “This Is Not The Tape III,” opened up about the criticism he has been receiving regarding his changing musical style.

Kwesi Arthur spoke about how he has evolved as an artist since the beginning of his career, acknowledging that change is a natural part of growth.

He stated, “People are always going to complain about how I make my music. I’m not the same person I used to be when I started making music.”

During the interview, Kwesi Arthur addressed the negative feedback he has been receiving on social media following his recent shift in musical direction.

Despite the criticism, he remains focused on his artistic growth and continues to experiment with new sounds and styles.

The rapper’s comments shed light on the challenges that artists face when trying to evolve and stay true to their creative vision in the face of public scrutiny.

Kwesi Arthur’s willingness to embrace change and push boundaries in his music demonstrates his commitment to staying authentic to himself while also challenging the expectations of his audience.


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