My Life Would Have Been Meaningless If Not For Music – Kweku Flick

My Life Would Have Been Meaningless If Not For Music - Kweku Flick

Andy Osei Sarfo, better known by his stage name Kweku Flick, has stated that if he hadn’t pursued music, he would have been lost.

Kweku Flick stated in an interview with Amansan Krakye that he would not have known what to do with his life if he had not been involved in music.

“I’m not sure I can ever stop doing music because music has helped me and if not for music I wouldn’t know what I’ll be doing right now.”

“Because I don’t know whether I’ll become a Doctor, Police or Bank Manager since I didn’t have any other profession in mind that I was eager to do,” he said.

Kwaku Flick said that unlike other students, he didn’t think about a career while he was in school. However, after getting his education, he discovered a love for music.

He continued “At the beginning, it was only about going to school until I got the passion for music so as for music even if I stop doing it I’ll have done myself a great disservice.

“I can do a lot of side businesses alongside music but to quit music entirely is something that I’ll never contemplate on it because I can’t stop,” he ended on Property FM’s showbiz program in Cape Coast.

The rapper and singer from Highlife achieved fame with the song “money,” which was released in 2020.

Kweku’s rise to fame sparked a lot of debate, with some fans claiming that the young artist is imitating Kwesi Arthur’s style.

He has performed with Sista Afia, Yaw Tog, and Kojo Cue, among others, and in 2020, he appeared on the song “Ahodwo Las Vegas” by Shatta Wale.

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