Having played to sold-out audiences in London and New York, given the world standout collaborations with the likes of Mr Eazi and Sarkodie, received a nod from the BET Awards, award-winning Ghana-born global troubadour, Kwesi Arthur, returns with the lead single to his next move titled Turn On The Lights.
“This year is set to be Kwesi Arthur’s biggest year yet. Turn on the Lights is the stop-gap before he disrupts the global music industry. We’re excited about the expansion of his brand in new territories such as South Africa where he’s looking to make a mark,” shares Ground Up Chale.
Turn On The Lights is a cry for companionship in an era of growing isolation, a quest for someone near, to touch, to hold, in a time when social distancing has turned into a buzzword overnight. A song that echoes the distinct, now-era feeling of loneliness will be relatable worldwide and is now available.
The emcee and vocalist has taken to music during this COVID-19 lockdown period and shares: “I’ve just been recording my album… trying to deal with this disaster happening right now.”
Remaining calm and collected, Kwesi Arthur stays focused on his goals for the year and prepares himself for his next shot aimed squarely at global urban music domination.
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