Rapper Kwesi Arthur has expressed no interest about going into marriage at this stage of his career and age or any time soon.
According to him, it is too early, revealing he will take that decision after a decade from now.
Speaking on StarrFM on Monday, the 24-year-old musician explained that he is currently focusing on his music career.
“I want to turn 35 before I settle down with a woman, but for now I am focusing on my music.”
In 2015, he released the lead single ‘Grind Day’ from his debut EP, ‘Live From Nkrumah Krom’ (2017).
The record was released under his independent outfit and supported by a social movement called GroundUp Chale.
He later released the remix for ‘Grind Day’, featuring Sarkodie and Medikal. The song became a huge hit and he subsequently released the song, ‘Anthem’, which also became an instant hit. He has since kept rising.
Sometime this year, he was amorously linked with actress and TV presenter Efia Odo, who denied ever having any sexual relationship with the rapper.
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