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Kwesi Arthur Features on the all New “Home/Bred” in COLORS STUDIO

GroundUp Chale act Kwesi Arthur known for his unique and magnificent style of rap becomes the first Ghanaian to debut on the Colors Studios platform.

Due to the current circumstances facing the world, Colors introduced a new segment labeled, ‘HOME/BRED’, which will be featuring new home-recorded sessions by artists from around the world.

The new segment will be lending space to all artists trapped at home and unable to perform due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The latest edition of HOME/BRED features Ghana’s very own, Kwesi Arthur on May 12, 2020, and will be airing at 7 pm CET / 6 pm GMT / 1 PM EST.

COLORSXSTUDIOS is a unique aesthetic music platform in Britain with over 4 million subscribers on Youtube, showcasing exceptional talent from around the globe.

All COLORS shows seek to provide a clear, minimalistic stage that shines a spotlight on the artists, giving them the opportunity to present their music without distraction. However, the artist has to do it from home now.

Watch Kwesi Arthur on Colors Youtube Channel.




Maxwell Agbenyefia Kumah, known in showbiz as Maxtyme is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and a publicist . He founded, an online platform that provides quality Public relations, Promotion, Publication, Digital marketing,Content management and communication services to clients with the focus on making their brands more attractive and visible to their target audience at all levels. An entertainment website and blog page that solely publishes authentic news about Ghanaian celebrities and other related lifestyle news,music,arts etc. He graduated from DataLink University College in Tema with a bachelor's degree in Banking and finance, then continued to study at Celebrity School of Radio and Journalism to be a freelance journalist, Presenter,a Production manager etc

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