Kwesi Arthur gets featured on 2020 BET Cyphers in new video

Kwesi Arthur gets featured on 2020 BET Cyphers in new video

- Rapper Kwesi Arthur has been featured on the 2020 BET Cyphers

- He gets featured together with Angolan hip hop artiste Elizabeth Ventura, and Oko Sisi, Ivorian rapper

- Some fans have reacted to the development saying Kwesi Arthur raps better than Sarkodie

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Ghanaian young rapper, Kwesi Arthur, has been chosen to represent Ghana in the 2020 BET Cyphers.

He was chosen together with Angolan female rapper Elizabeth Ventura, and Ivorian hip hop singer Oko Sisi.

In the video released on the official BET Instagram page, Kwesi Arthur is seen giving a freestyle that has been admired by his fans.

Kwesi Arthur gets featured on 2020 BET Cyphers in new video
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Fans from the three selected countries have reacted to the video.

Spotonkid, writing for Ghana, was happy for Kwesi Arthur:

spotonkid_: “Ghana to the world yo.”

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Meanwhile, Ghana’s Highest rapper, Sarkodie was the one selected to represent Ghana in 2019.

Kwesi Arthur’s video has thus generated a debate on social media on who is a better rapper than the other.

A fan by the name American Borla, tweeted, for instance, that though he is from Sarkodie’s camp, Kwesi Arthur is a better rapper:

Dophest 3 agreed with him:

Sammy also could not agree less:

Ronny admits Kwesi Arthur is good, however, not better than Sarkodie:

Gosso Premiers also said Kwesi Arthur is not yet there:

Meanwhile, The Cypher is expected to be released on Wednesday, October 20 ahead of the BET Hip Hop Awards scheduled for October 28.

With this new feature, Kwesi Arthur rubs shoulders with the likes of Sarkodie, and D-Black, who, in the recent past, have gained recognition with their efforts to represent the country on the international front.

He was in the news recently when he opened up on the hardship he experienced in life before becoming the popular musician he is now.

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Kwesi revealed that he and his family were living in a kiosk at a point in life, and he is so grateful to God for the status he has attained today.

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Naa Ayeley Aryee Naa Ayeley is a creative writer with over ten years of experience in journalism and media. She started writing for YEN in 2017 as an editor on the entertainment desk and later became a monitoring editor.

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