Kwesi Arthur’s net worth and source of income have been a topic of curiosity among Ghanaians especially his fans.
Summary of Kwesi Arthur
|Real||Emmanuel Kwesi Danso|
|Date of birth||18th December 1994|
|Net worth||USD 600 Million|
Kwesi Arthur Biography
Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior, known popularly as Kwesi Arthur was born on 18th December,1994 in Tema, Ghana.
He is the first child of his parents and has twin brothers and a sister. His father is Samuel Danso Arthur and his mother’s name is Vivian Danso.
Interestingly, one of his brothers is also a musician. Kwesi Arthur attended Tema Secondary School which he completed in 2013. Unfortunately, he could not enrol in a tertiary institution due to financial constraints.
As a result of this, he started working in a studio called XLC studios in Tema Community 9.There, he learnt how to record and produce music.
He is a rapper and musician by profession. He began to develop love for rapping after he listened to “Thank Me Later” by Drake.
In 2015, he came out with a lead single known as “Grind Day”.
This was supported by a social movement known as GroundUp Chale. Afterwards, he came out with “Grind Day” remix and featured Sarkodie and Medikal in it.
The Grind day remix shot Kwesi Arthur into prominence and gained much public appeal after that record.
He was nominated for Best International Act at the 2018 BET Awards. He is presently one of the best young artists in Ghana and Africa.
Kwesi Arthur has so far collaborated with Sarkodie, Medikal, KiDi, Jason E LA, Nasty C, R2Bees, Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale among others.
Below are a few of his songs.
- Grind Day produce by Kay So
- Anthem Barking produced by Ramz.
- Woara produced by Shotto
- Don’t Keep Me Waiting Featuring Kidi.
In the 2018 Ghana Music Awards, the popular musician was nominated for the Hip Hop Song of the Year which he actually won. The two other nominations he had was Hip Life Artiste of the Year and New Artist of the Year.
For 3 Music Awards, he was nominated for the following awards:
- Hip Hop Song of the Year,
- Hiplife/Hip Hop Artiste of the Year.
- Hip Life/Hip Hop Act of the Year.
- Song of the Year
- Music Man of the Year
- Breakthrough Act
- Digital Act of the Year
- Hiplife Song of the Year
- Best Collaboration
He won the Best Collaboration Award.
Not only does he have more than a million followers on his social media platforms, but he also has impacted several brands.
Since his appearance into mainstream music, he’s had several sold-out concerts, local and international collaborations, huge YouTube views, amongst others.
Through music, Aurthur has signed lucrative business and ambassadorial deal with top brands in Ghana. This is one of the sources he makes passive income from.
Kwesi Arthur signed a profitable deal with Fanmilk Ghana Limited and went on to be its representative. With this agreement in place, he makes thousands of Ghana cedis every month.
Kwesi Arthur’s Assets and Source of Income
Kwesi makes income from the following disclosed sources.
- Online streams (Spotify, YouTube, Boomplay, etc.)
- Ambassadorial deals
- Brand and product promotions
- Album and song sales
- Tours (local and international)
Kwesi Arthur’s Net Worth
The artist is estimated to have a net worth of $600,000 as of 2021. He made this wealth as a result of the proceeds from his musical career, music endorsements,
He has a Range Rover, a 2020 Camry and a three-bedroom apartment in Ghana. He is known to have love for bicycles too.