“My Song With Kwesi Arthur Gave Hope To Street Hustlers” – Kwesi Slay

Kwesi Slay arguably one of the best king of the new school acts of rap, Hip hop and Hip life genre has gotten much attention ever since his breakthrough into the Ghana music industry with songs such as Street ways and especially the one with fellow colleague rapper Kwesi Arthur dubbed “SEVEN”.

Since the release of this banger (SEVEN) somewhere June last year, the song has gained major airplays and streams on all music platforms such as ITunes,  Spotify , YouTube and many more  in and around the world. The song has topped several radio charts in Ghana and beyond. SEVEN is a song that most people especially, “The Street Hustlers” can really relate to or even a good music lover who enjoys nice lyrics and contents in a song.  The song has since been on the lips of every Ghanaian youth out there trying their possible best to make in it life because they can relate to the song deeply.

Delving in to the lyrics or content of the song, why the young Champ told  us his song is giving hope the street hustlers, basically the song talks about the fearless nature of one self in this adventurous world and how to hustle for the things we yearn for regardless of any situation. In short at times, people compare their selves to colleagues or friends they started with whom have made it big in life even though they were better than those people sometime back.

Speaking to us, KWESI SLAY disclosed that “ My SEVEN song with Kwesi arthur has given hopes to the people on the streets” and also ever since the release of the song his career has turned around with so many calling for such inspirational songs to motivate them in their daily endeavors. He continued by saying this particular makes him feel happier any time he performs it on stage, seeing the kind of response from the funs is over whelming. My people can really relate with the song he stated.

Kwesi Slay performed at the just ended Legon PentHall week celebration 2019 and one can testify why the young lad is saying all what he said earlier.  Seven is indeed a Hope for the Street Hustlers.

Just watch the video below and look at the joy and jubilations as he performed the song SEVEN to the students on the day.

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