Multiple award winning Ghanaian musician and songwriter Martin King Arthur popularly known as Kofi Kinaata has expressed gratitude to Lord for how far He has brought him.

Becoming a successful musician or media personality is the wish of many individuals but only few are able to make it a dream come true.

Despite having all the qualities that qualifies one to become a great musician to the national level, it is not as easy as one dreams. Becoming a professional musician in Ghana requires a lot of hard work, ups and downs, begs, sleepless nights and days, money and luck.

According to Kofi Kinaata, when he compares before and now, then a smile pops on his face. Not because it was easy getting to where he is now but because all the rejections, difficulties that came along the hard work have paid.

Kofi Kinaata tweeted a nice picture of him with a caption to inspire dreamers to never give up;

Sometimes I look back and smile, because indeed the Lord has been good to me and I’m grateful.?? ??


Fans of Kofi Kinaata happily replied to his tweet and acknowledged him for making the world know that God helped him and not himself.

A twitter user called the artiste “Fashion and songwriting God

One female fan replied funnily;

One fan said just a single word from Kofi Kinaata motivates him

A fan also asked for God’s blessings for Kofi Kinaata for producing good songs.

A fan who truly believes in Kofi Kinaata that there is a crown ahead for him

Kofi Kinaata is one of the most loved singers and rappers in Ghana because of his choice of words. He either advices, give words of encouragement or rap to release you from stress.

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Ghanaian girls especially don’t like rap music much but when Kofi Kinaata is on it they love it because of the emotion and good words he puts in his lyrics that speaks for others and also  tells people’s story..

Kofi Kinaata is now ranked among the top musicians in Ghana and I can give evidence that when you pick three (3) most featured artistes in Ghana he will be among the list.

Few Of The Awards Won By Kofi Kinaata In Ghana’s Biggest Music Awards Scheme, Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA)

In 2016 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA)

Kofi Kinaata won 2 awards: Best New Artiste and Songwriter of the Year with the song Susuka”. A song that went very viral.

In 2017 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA)

Kofi Kinaata won 2 awards: Highlife Song of the year and Songwriter of the year with the song “Confession”

In 2020 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA)

In 2020, “Things Fall Apart”, the never fading song. won 3 awards for Kofi Kinaata: Most Popular Song of the Year, Highlife Song of The Year and Songwriter of the Year. Same VGMAs Same award scheme which Burna Boy from Nigeria won African Artiste of the Year.

Listen to “Things Fall Apart” by Kofi Kinaata

Now  here comes Kofi Kinaata with new song titled “Behind The Scene”

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