Recently crowned Best Rapper at Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), Kwesi Arthur has collaborated with ride-hailing service, Yango Ghana in his much anticipated new video to his single ‘Turn on the Lights.’
The 2018 BET Awards nominee early this year released ‘Turn on the Lights’ off his new studio project dubbed ‘This Is Not The Tape, Sorry 4 The Wait II’.
Fans of the ‘Ground Up Charle’ rapper are waiting with bated breath for the new music video will entail as the lyrics leave a lot to the imagination.
In the video, the musician is seen brandishing Yango Ghana trademarked cars as he carries across his lines of landing a companion.
Speaking in a media engagement, Hub Manager of Yango Ghana, Elliot Tei expressed his outfit’s excitement over the collaboration which he believes would promote their brands even further.
“Having this partnership with a super talented artiste such as Kwesi Arthur who happens to be BET Best International Act Nominee will go a long way to create some awareness for both our brands.
“We believe that what his brand stands for resonates well with our values and we as a brand recognise ourselves with his energy, growth and progress” he said.
Kwesi Arthur also took to his social media recently to announce the collaboration.
“Turn on the lights video soon drops with @yangoghana,” he posted.
A few days ago he also said on social media that, “the drought is over”, and the floodgates are once again open.
In “Turn on the Lights”, the artiste incessantly mentions his search for companionship, for love and that he is looking for a boo who would stand by him and be with him through the ups and downs till the end.
Both the lyrics and rhythm are enthralling and captivating.
The new album which has three songs appears to be the groundbreaker for more exciting moves from Kwesi Arthur and this partnership.
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