Martin King Arthur, popularly known as Kofi Kinaata, a Ghanaian musician and songwriter, has wondered why he should limit himself as a rapper when he can reach a wider audience through his singing.
“The rap is still in the songs when I sing, I do a little rap in the middle and when I appear in a song and the person is singing, I rap so that the rap is still there,” he said on Hitz FM seen by MyNewsGh.com reporter Amansan Krakye.
He added, “We just don’t do much because the fan base is wider now, so I can’t limit it to a few Effiekuma people alone in Takoradi because they’re the ones who will understand my rap lyrics, but my music should.” be for everyone”.
According to the multi-award winning artist, who in addition to his rap prowess has become a very good singer, has revealed that he has managed to migrate his fans to other types of music.
“Music shouldn’t be too hard to relate to, so that’s something I considered when I decided to switch from rapper to doing more of a singer now,” Kinaata told host Doreen Avio.
“I took a chance on singing and now my fans and I have migrated from my days as a rapper and now we have introduced fans to another type of music that we are currently enjoying,” he stated.