Samini didn’t discover me but gave me the exposure I needed for my career – Kofi Kinaata
Kofi Kinaata, known by his stage name as Martin King Arthur, recently expressed his sincere appreciation for the significant contribution that Samini, his former employer, made to his musical career.
In an interview on #UrbanBlend with Blakk Rasta on 3FM, Kinaata took the opportunity to acknowledge the impact that Samini had on his journey to fame.
While Kinaata clarified that Samini was not the one who discovered him as a musician, he emphasized the immense support and guidance that Samini provided throughout his career.
Kinaata recounted the time when he had the privilege of accompanying Samini, who was already an established figure in the Ghanaian music scene. By associating himself with Samini, Kinaata quickly gained recognition and his fan base expanded as a result.
The association with Samini allowed Kinaata to tap into the existing fan following of his mentor, thus providing him with a solid foundation for his own music career.
Furthermore, Samini played a crucial role in introducing Kofi Kinaata to larger platforms and audiences. By providing Kinaata with valuable exposure, Samini helped him break into the music industry and gain visibility among music lovers.
Kinaata expressed his gratitude for the opportunities and exposure that Samini brought his way, recognizing the immense value they added to his career trajectory.