Kwesi Arthur drops new banger, “Turn on the Lights” amidst Coronavirus outbreak

The boss of Ground up chale, Kwesi Arthur has dropped a new afro beat hit dubbed “Turn on the Lights” to appeal for love to desert from the loneliness the outbreak of the new novel Coronavirus has brought.

The track was produced by Yung Demz and was released today on all digital stores to spark the light of love among fans and music lovers.

Speaking in an exclusive interview  with yesterday in Accra, the sensational rapper stated that the song is a smooth, lilting urban wave banger designed to gently caress the ears and cleanse the soul of music lovers.

He observed that the current lockdown and movement restriction which came as a result of COVID-19 had pushed single individuals to crave for love, hence the song.

Kwesi Arthur established that the track is a  cry for companionship especially in the era of growing isolation, stressing that it is a quest to get someone near to touch, hold and make love with.

He maintained that love was paramount in “this time when social distancing has turned into a buzzword overnight.”

The “Nobody” hit maker called on fans to rush for the copy of the song, adding that the song is caramel-coated and its soundscape is enticing and addictive that would lure listeners to listen over and over again.


Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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