Martin King Arthur popularly known as Kofi Kinaata is a Ghanaian musician and musician from Takoradi. He is noted for his fante rap and free-form and in this way known as the Fante Rap God (FRG). Apart from his rap ability, he has developed into an excellent vocalist surprising the highlife type.
Soon after High school, Kofi Kinaata was the first sprinter up for the Melody FM Kasahari Battle in 2009. He is noted for his expressive skill as far as one-of-a-kind rhyme plans and comical Fante rap style with a bit of customary African precepts in his neighborhood language to engage and instruct ethically.
In December 2015, he delivered a melody "Made in Taadi" which was a jam for most Fante individuals because of the connection to their acclaimed "Ankos" (Fancy dress and Masqueraders Xmas Carnival) yearly celebration which occurs during Christmas.
Sweetpie is an affectionate tune of its sort. The melody begins with an incredible sensation communicating an extraordinary sort of affection. Albeit the verse was done in Fante, fans love the beats to the melody. This is an ideal tune for a date. It makes the correct mind-set for a sentimental setting. Kinfolk Dee is the maker answerable for this incredible work.
In 2016, he delivered "Admission" with a great many people relating the tune to "Jesus Take The Wheel".
A shortened English variant of the verses to the tune has been embraced by the English division of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology for a Level 200 semester course (English Literature 263).
The tune became Avram Grant's #1 Ghanaian track at the time it was delivered. He revealed to Bola Ray in his last meeting before he resigned as a Ghana Black Stars Coach.
Kinaata's "Admission" was utilized in 2017 as the signature tune by the Minority party (NDC) as a bother to the lion's share in parliament (NPP) to portray the condition of the country.
The Ghana Black Stars likewise did an "Admission" bunch dance as a type of festivity whenever an objective was scored, during the AFCON 2017 Tournament.
The melody got impressive recess and moved to the Top 10 in Ghana in 2016. He won the Song Writer of the Year and Best New Artiste of the Year grants at the 2016 version of the Ghana Music Awards.
Things Fall Apart, a 2019 delivery has topped diagrams across music stages, including iTunes Ghana Top 100, Audiomack Ghana Top 20, and Boomplay AfroBeats graphs for quite a long time. The tune which was created by TwoBars was heartily gotten by music lovers as perhaps the most elegantly composed tunes up until this point. The melody has been broadly played, coursed, and shared on both customary and online media, it has been number 1 on Twitter patterns. The tune has likewise been number one on YouTube's Ghana patterns with individual famous people giving it rave evaluations: Asamoah Gyan, Michael Essien, Kwami Sefa Kai, Phillip Osei Bonsu, Sadick Adams, KiDi, Efya, Berla Mundi, Joe Beecham among others.
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