Martin King Arthur, commonly known as Kofi Kinaata, is a singer and songwriter. Oh Azaay, Confession, Last Show, Single and Free, and several other hit songs are among the many that the renowned musician is known for.
Kofi Kinaata was the first runner up in the Melody FM Kasahari Contest in 2009, shortly after graduating from high school. He's known for his lyrical versatility in terms of inventive rhyme schemes and a humorous Fante rap style with a touch of traditional African proverbs in his local dialect, which he uses in entertaining and teaching morally.
On the internet, a picture of Kofi Kinaata's senior brother appears. Take a look at how similar they are.
Kofi Kinaata, a Fante rapper, has revealed his senior brother to the world, and people are stunned by their close resemblance, as if they are identical.
Charles King Arthur is his name, and the rapper shared a picture of himself to celebrate his birthday.
When wishing his senior brother a Happy Birthday on social media a few years ago, the singer sarcastically referred to him as his "younger" brother.
One of Kofi Kinaata's favorite memories of his senior brother is when he used to take him to school when he was a kid.
The picture below was created by merging half of Kofi Kinaatta's face with half of his brother's face and making comparisons.
In fact blood is really thicker than water indeed. Let's keep the discussion going. What percentage will you give them in their resemblance? Mine is 98%.
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