I’m an Arsenal fan; I’m used to ‘broken heart’ – Kofi Kinaata tells story

I’m an Arsenal fan; I’m used to ‘broken heart’ – Kofi Kinaata tells story

Respected Ghanaian musician, Kofi King Arthur, widely known by his stage name as Kofi Kinaata seems to be telling his real life story in his new song “Single and Free”.

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I’m an Arsenal fan; I’m used to ‘broken heart’ – Kofi Kinaata
Kofi Kinaata, Ghanaian musician

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The musician who dropped the new track recently, appears to be addressing issues surrounding relationships and all the heartache that comes with it.

The new song, produced by Willie Beatz presents an authentic high-life melody fused with good sound quality.

Kinataa who claims to have suffered multiple ‘broken hearts’, in the song explains how relationships don't matter to him anymore.

The 'Susuka' hit-maker in the song, alludes to how he’s no longer afraid of heartbreaks since he’s a die-hard fan of the Arsenal Football Club.

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The Takoradi-based singer in some part of the song encouraged that, under no circumstance should one end his/her life since it’s not the end of the world when one gets dumped by a lover.

Since his entry into Ghana’s music industry, Kinaata secured himself some recognition in songwriting and has also earned a place among trusted lyricists in Ghana.

The Fante rapper exhibits this genius via carefully crafted lyrics which make all his songs unique in the ears of his audience.

Kofi Kinaata is signed onto Samini’s High Grade Family, and he is scheduled to headline the maiden “Made in Taadi Concert” slated for December 23, at the Jubilee Park in Takoradi.

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