It is now news that most musicians faced challenges in their decision to do music at their young ages.
For some their parents were totally against their idea of doing music and urged them to stop. For some, their parents even threatened to stop taking care of them.
Unlike others, Kwesi Arthur grew up with yet a ‘strict’ father, but received a father’s support to freely embark on his career as a musician.
The Ghanaian born rapper, Kwesi Arthur, was in the studios of Hitz fm. And in an interview with on-air personality, Jay Foley, he narrated his experience as a young child growing up.
According to the VGMA Rapper of the year, his father was so strict that people even thought he would not give in to the idea of his son becoming a rapper.
“My dad is a very strict parent, but He allowed me to do whatever I wanted to do in regards to my career. People didn’t think he would allow me do this……. I’m very grateful to him,” he said.