Awaiting his “Son Of Jacob” Album, Kwesi Arthur has releasd his much anticipated hit single “Winning” feauring American Rapper Vic Mensa.
Kwesi Arthur’s new single “Winning” gradually draws us closer to Kwesi Arthurs upcoming album.
Rapping about his struggle and fame, in a verse Kwesi Arthur said;
Y3 wo me ready, me hit heavy
Azuma the pride of my people already Tema to L.A Me I am just sharing my journey I’m thankful the people, the people dy hear me Tribe of Joseph, I am ahead of the bunch
P5 I was starving for months Eburo ne nkatie in both of my pockets Mennim ade aa enne yebedi for lunch Poppi call me a star before BBC
It will take a lot to get rid of me Me and them no get the same It will take a lot to get rid of me Me and them no get the same
Vic Mensa recognized his Ghanaian roots in the opening of his first verse. Vic Mensa spent his Christmas holiday last year in Accra, Ghana. This gave him the opportunity to collaborate with a lot of Ghanaian Artist like, Stonebwoy, Kwesi Arthur obvoiusly, M.anifest and Sarkodie (which is yet to come out).
Vic Mensa brought all the energy to the track and we loved it especially his opening line in the verse.
Kwesi and Kwesi we goin’ crazy, we at the top and we never gon’ stop/ Hop in the Ghost, I make it Swayze, I just got off the jet in Accra/ My n***as all winning, Alhamdulillah, I be on go ‘cause I come from the Chi/
I’m shootin’ back, I ain’t duckin’ no shots, got power like Samson and I cut off the locks, ah/ Chiraq, uh, Tema, in the cut like I’m Fredo Santana/ Buju Banton I hop in the Beamer, the world is mine I’m Tony Montana
The song dropped with its video shot by the Creative Director David Duncan.
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