Meet Kweku Phocus, an Afro-Pop musician poised to change a narrative

Written by on 25/01/2023

Meet Kweku Phocus, an Afro-Pop musician poised to change a narrative
Budding Ghanaian artiste Scott Kweku Arku Amoah, who goes by the stage, Kweku Phocus, is one of the most-talented Afro-Pop musicians on the rise in the country currently.   Kweku Phocus is a promising young artiste who is not boxed with a particular genre. Kweku is very versatile as he can deliver on any music instrumental and of any genre. He is not just vocally gifted but also a great player of some musical instruments. He effortlessly plays the saxophone and the piano.   Scott Kweku Arku Amoah A.K.A. Kweku Phocus  is born and bred in Kasoa in the Central Region of Ghana. He intends to put Kasoa on the entertainment map of Ghana, Africa and the entire continent. Kweku is poised to change the narrative about his neighborhood by being a very good role model. Kasoa has been in the news for almost the bad reasons and Kweku Phocus wants to change the narrative through his God given talents. Like the Stonebwoy of Ashiaman.  He is currently in school at St. John’s Grammar School, Achimota. Kweku Phocus’ passion is fueled by a mission. A mission to entertain, inform and inspire. He believes in being a good example by deeds and not just words.   Kweku Phocus is set to release his debut single titled ‘Eye Clear’ on Wednesday, February 1st. ‘Eye Clear’ is an Afro-Pop song which talks about being too sensitive to petty things that can get you into trouble and self-distractions.  This song features fellow up-and-coming artiste Kweku Winna. As a debut single, Kweku Phocus has set his eye on making a grand entry hence, the quality production with top notch vocal delivery.   Connect with Kweku Phocus on   Facebook -Kweku phocus Twitter -Kweku phocus Instagram -Kweku _ phocus  TikTok -Kweku_phocus YouTube-kweku Phocus
 


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