“I’m Not the Same Person I Was When I Started Doing Music” – Kwesi Arthur Responds to Criticism

Ghanaian rapper Kwesi Arthur recently took to 3Music’s Culture Daily show to address the ongoing discussions surrounding his musical journey. With the release of his latest project, “This Is Not The Tape III,” the artist delved into the criticisms he faces regarding his evolving musical style.

During the interview, Kwesi Arthur candidly shared his perspective on the scrutiny he encounters as he continues to grow as an artist. He acknowledged the inevitability of change, stating, “People are always going to complain about how I make my music. I’m not the same person I used to be when I started making music.” These remarks shed light on the challenges he faces amid social media criticisms stemming from his recent musical direction shift.

As Kwesi Arthur navigates the complexities of artistic evolution, his willingness to address criticism head-on showcases his commitment to staying true to his creative vision while embracing growth and change.

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