Kwesi Arthur Releases Music Video For Fefe Ne Fe, Ghanaians Hail Him

Kwesi Arthur Releases Music Video For Fefe Ne Fe, Ghanaians Hail Him

  • Kwesi Arthur has released the music video for his song Fefe Ne Fe, off his This Is Not The Tape III project, exciting fans
  • The song is trending at number 14 on YouTube just a day into its release and has amassed a little over 100k views at the time of this publication
  • Fans have expressed how impressed they were by the visuals and shared joy at Kwesi Arthur actively releasing quality content
  • Chris Tsormanah spoke with on Kwesi Arthur's current standing in the music industry

Renowned Ghanaian rapper Kwesi Arthur has released the music video for his song Fefe Ne Fe from his This Is Not The Tape III project. The video premiered on July 10, 2024, and is already trending at number 14 on YouTube, with over 100,000 views at the time of this publication.

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Kwesi Arthur releases music video for Fefe Ne Fe
Ghanaian musician, Kwesi Arthur. Photo Source: Kwesi Arthur
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The music video, which was directed by Babs Direction, has impressed fans with its high-quality production and creative visuals.

Fans have appreciated Kwesi Arthur's consistent release of quality content in recent times.

Fefe Ne Fe is part of This Is Not The Tape III, which has already received positive feedback for its unique sound and depth.

Chris Tsormanah speaks on Kwesi Arthur's career and recent projects

Chris Tsormanah, a seasoned music executive and analyst, in a discussion with, spoke about Kwesi Arthur's current standing in the music industry. He mentioned that there was still room for Kwesi Arthur to do better if he was going to return to his former glory.

Kwesi Arthur has been a topic of discussion for some time now, and everyone was expecting a comeback with his new project, but I don't think it has met expectations. I think, as things stand, it is going to be hard for him to return back to the Kwesi Arthur that people knew and loved. His issues with his former label might also have played a big part in this.

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Fans praise Kwesi Arthur gathered some reactions from social media users.

Bluetik666 said:

We love kwesi authur everyone help bring back kwesi authur Everyone say kwesi authur to the whole wiase

@jerrygenya8702 commented:

Big love to Babs direction for making the magic and to all Kwesi Arthur addicts let go out there and spread the gospel

RelentlessMode said:

Forget all the hype, Ghana doesn't have an artist like Kwesi Arthur. That means period.

@EL_Monell said:

Im a Cameroonian, all Ghanaian should please kiss my comment with a like so that i can keep coming back to watch this wonderful video
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In another story, Afua Asantewaa, in a video she shared on TikTok, jammed to and sang a snippet of King Paluta's new single, Makoma.

The full version of the song was just released by Paluta after the snippet he shared earlier went viral, with folks jamming to it on social media.

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Afua Asantewaa sang the tune word-for-word, impressing many Ghanaians as the snippet came out not long ago.

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