Samini didn’t discover me but gave me the exposure I needed for my career

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Martin King Arthur, better known by His stage name Kofi Kinaata, Has praised His former employer Samini for The part he played In His musical career while admitting that The award-winning MOBO Artiste wasn’t responsible for His discovery as a musician.

Kofi Kinaata recently expressed His sincere thanks for The enormous impact Samini had on His rise to fame In an interview on #UrbanBlend With Blakk Rasta on 3FM.

Kofi Kinaata, who Is from Takoradi In The Western Region, reflected on His early career and singled out The crucial moment when he joined The High-Grade Family, a well-known music group, at a time when he was still relatively unknown.

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It was during this period that Kinaata had The privilege of tagging along With Samini, an established figure In The Ghanaian music scene.

The discovery term, I don’t get it, but Samini Has been really helpful to my career,” Kinaata shared.

With Samini’s existing fanbase, The association allowed Kinaata to swiftly gain recognition and support. As Samini’s fans embraced him, Kinaata’s own fanbase began to grow exponentially.

“I got signed unto The High-grade family when No one knew me. It was Samini that They knew so me tagging along With Samini, His fans became automatically my fans,” he explained

Moreover, Samini played a crucial role In introducing Kofi Kinaata to larger platforms and audiences.

The ‘EffiaKuma love’ cronner recounted a memorable instance when he had The opportunity to perform on stage for a notable event featuring international artist Chris Brown. Thanks to Samini’s endorsement, Kinaata’s talent was showcased to a broader audience, further propelling His career forward.

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“What Samini did for me was give me a lot of exposure,” Kinaata explained. The acclaimed artist went above and beyond to secure performance slots for Kinaata, even for shows where he wasn’t originally scheduled to perform.

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