Fast-rising Kumerican Artiste Kweku Dalington has made sad revelations about his academic performance during his Senior High School days. The “Sika Aba Fie” hit maker explained that he failed in his final year exams. What led to that according to him was as a result of sickness which prevented him from attending to his books. He added that he was one of the best students in his class during those moments.
“I failed in the final year exams. I was one of the best students in class but I was not feeling well when we were writing the exams. Sometimes is not what you really want is what you will get. The sickness did not allow me write some of the papers but thankfully to God for how far He has brought me.” He told Peace FM.
Kweku Dalington further went ahead to reveal when his music career began and what has kept him going throughout the years.
“I started writing & recording music at the age of 14 and since then, it has been my source of happiness. Although failed in the final year exams but it does not depreciate my love for music.”
The musician stated, “I entered the TV3 Mentor Reloaded competition in 2019/2020 in which l gained a lot of followers due to my amazing concepts of music and performances”.
Emmanuel Kweku Owusu Darlington was born on July 17th,1996.
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