Rapper Kwesi Arthur seems to have impressed fans with his flow on the 2020 BET Hip Hop cypher featuring African artistes.
He was featured alongside Angola’s Cage One, Ginger Trill (South Africa), Rosa Ree (Tanzania), King Kaka (Kenya), Suspect 95 (Ivory Coast) Elizabeth Ventura (Angola) and omg oumy gueye (Senegal).
The artistes dropped their flow to the beat of late rapper Pop Smoke’s ‘Dior’.
Unlike previous cyphers where they perform together, the rappers did their performances from their own studios because of Covid-19 safety protocols.
One fan took to his Twitter handle to praise all the rappers including Kwesi Arthur for their flow.
“Damn this cypher is hard!!!! Rosa Ree is fire, dope punchlines, the first guy was good,delivery-wish Elizabeth was aggressive on that beat, I like that….Kwesi Arthur ”I put the “sh3” in “sh3den” ampa, it’s always fired with you bruh,” he wrote.
Meanwhile, some people say Kwesi Arthur did not impress them as much as they expected.