The Fante Rap God and now Ghana’s methodical lyricist who won song writer of the year award shared a video dubbed “The rehearsal behind the main performance”.
Martin King Arthur affectionately known as Kinata is a musician and songwriter from Takoradi noted for hid punchy Fante well thought bars.He has now evolved into a singer making hit after hit highlife music which he can back with his numerous awards.
Kinata recently won the Best Songwriter of the Year at the VGMA making it his fourth time of taking that prestigious award and the first person in history to hit that milestone.
Kinata tweeted after the awards a throwback picture of him and his mentor Castro with the caption “Castro with a pensive face emoji” as a tribute to his idol.
Theophilus Tagoe, popularly known as Castro is an award winning Ghanaian musician and a songwriter from Takoradi.The Highlife musician went missing during a vacation with his friends in Ada on July 2, 2014.
Kinata and Castro both hail from Takoradi and he looked up to Castro for guidance in the music industry and the pair collaborated with Asamoah Gyan to release the hit song “Odo Pa” which won the Highlife Song of the Year award at the 2014 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA). Kofi Kinata’s tweet says a lot as “Odo Pa” is one of the factors that ushered him into the limelight and his first major awards.
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