African girl hitmaker, Kwesi Arthur has debunked assertion that Sarkodie takes the shine of upcoming rappers, once they collaborate with him. Speaking in an interview on Zylofone FM with Sammy Flex, the rapper revealed working with Sarkodie even boosted his career, due to the fact that Sarkodie has more reach, therefore statements about the “no fugazy” hitmaker taking the shine of upcoming rappers and using them are all foolish talks.
Kwesi Arthur broke into the limelight with his hit single “Anthem”, and went on to work with Sarkodie and Medikal on “grind day” remix. Kwesi Arthur revealed Sarkodie does a lot for rappers and other artistes, but doesn't come out to talk about it. Kwesi Arthur's latest revelation indicates, Sarkodie is an honorable man. Kwesi Arthur's latest single, winning featuring Vic Mensa is currently dominating airwaves in Ghana, check it out if you haven't.
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