Ghanaian highlife, hiplife and rapper, Martin King Arthur popularly known as Kofi Kinaata is currently making headlines with his latest uploaded or posted old video on one of his social media platforms.
Kofi Kinaata who is also very active on social media and promoting his latest music song Thy Grace Part 2 took to his Facebook platform to let his fans and Ghanaians to know how he used to be some years ago by posting an old video of himself rapping.
Honestly, the Kofi Kinaata that is making headlines almost in every part of the nation with his awesome Fante songs with great lyrics looked very different in the posted video. Even though his rapping style was even better than what he is doing at moment, maybe because he now focuses on songs with more choruses.
Kofi Kinaata captioned the video as, "Azaay, Thursday Throwback mu throwback paa oo!!🤣🤣 Nyame b3n nyi aa? W'echange level no..Ewuradze nnye awo nka!"
Below is the posted video and its caption.
Kofi Kinaata probably posted the video to let his fans know where he wast he has gone through and where God has now brought him.
Below is the link to the video Kofi Kinaata posted on his Facebook platform.
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