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Kwesi Arthur's 'Drama' With Bigg Hommie Flee Debuts At Number 39 On Billboard U.S Afrobeats Songs Chart

Multifaceted Ghanaian rap artiste, Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Jnr, better known by his stage name, Kwesi Arthur reached another career milestone.

On Friday, April 22, 2022, the multiple award winning rapper and GroundUp Chale superstar published his hugely anticipated star-studded studio album captioned; “Son Of Jacob”.

The body of work has been well received positive comments and reviews among his fans and music enthusiast. ‘Son Of Jacob‘ since its release on 22nd April has amassed over 2 million views on streaming platform, Boomplay.

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Well, the first track, ‘Drama‘ featuring Bigg Homie Flee off the fifteen tracked studio album has peaked at number 39 on the recently launched Billboard U.S Afrobeats Songs Chart. See screenshot below.

Meanwhile; Renowned Nigerian singer, Akinbiyi Abiola Ahmed, widely known as Bella Shmurda has hinted of dropping a new song.

The raving Nigerian recording artiste and ‘Cash App’ hit-maker has taken to his official social media page to announce that, he has an upcoming record with top South African act, Cassper Nyovest.

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The young talented singer made this revelation via a post he shared on his verified Instagram page. He wrote; “@Casspernyovest Just sent in his vocals, Lighting y’all up in no time”. See screen-shot of his post below.

Source: Ghgossip.com

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