Takoradi-born music superstar Martin King Arthur well known in the creative art industry as Kofi Kinaata has finally replied to a session of Ghanaians especially in the Western Region who feels his songs are becoming one-way.
On 15 April 2021, the 3 times Best Songwriter of the Year winner at Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) released a song titled "Thy Grace" as part of his 31st birthday celebration.
A few hours after the song was released, Sam Porsh, a Takoradi resident who has criticized the artist for years for becoming "one way" posted; "Eeii ntsi still one way naaa? Asem ooh Kofi, e hard ooh, versatile am small err" - He posted.
Meanwhile, some fans believed that if the one-way style is winning him awards on the big stages, playing the big shows, and getting the recognition must musicians are craving for, it not necessary to change a winning team.
The General Manager for Focus 1 Media, the operators of Spice FM, Beach FM, Pluzz FM, and Orange FM in Kumasi said " If he succeeds with his one way, that's all that matters, no?" - He asked.
Takoradi-born UK-based soldier posted "Lol. The "oneway" is bagging the cash and awards dude." - He said.
But yesterday, 16th April 2021, Kofi Kinaata in an exclusive interview with Yoofi Eyeson of Spice 91.9 FM in Takoradi spoke on why he released "Thy Grace and tackled the main issue of being a one-way musician.
Click on the link below to watch the video;
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