- Ghanaian artiste, Kwesi Arthur is celebrating a top American radio station playing his song
- The song is titled Winning and features Vic Mensa, the Ghanaian-American rapper signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation
- The song was released in May 2021 to great reviews
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Ghanaian rapper, Kwesi Arthur, has reacted to news of Hot 97, a top American music radio station playing his song featuring Ghanaian-American rapper, Vic Mensa, who is signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation.
The song titled Winning was released in May 2021 by the Ghana Music Awards winner to great reviews by fans, music critics, and industry watchers.
The 2018 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards nominee shared his excitement about his song receiving rotation in America writing: "Winning on Hot 97! Too klaaazy ☝ Keep turning it up Grrrrrrr! "
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"See we, We no dey ride nobody's wave we the one who started with it... Grrrr," reacted Lyfer.
Akhosuaba Quophi added: "Grrrrrr to the fvcking wiase."
In other news, former TV3 presenter, Nana Abena Korkor Addo, has cautioned that she's a ticking time bomb, indicating that people who deal with her do so at their own risk.
In a post sighted on her Instagram page, the sensational social media personality, wrote: ''I am a ticking time bomb. Deal with me at your own risk.''
Abena Korkor noted she ''cannot be tamed'' adding she ''[coils into her shell at her own pace].''
''A goddess cannot bow to mere men. I did not come for anyone, I came to fulfil my mission as a spirit and child of the universe. She is Lency, meaning, the strength of a lioness. I am a lioness in the wild every day,'' she said.
This follows a clip she posted on her Instagram page, in which she named popular media and political figures as persons she's had bedroom encounters with in the past.
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