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‘No song in Ghana can beat Hearts of Oak’s spiritual anthem’ – Musician Kwesi Arthur

Musician Kwesi Arthur says no song in Ghana can beat the anthem of Ghana Premier League champions Accra Hearts of Oak.

The ‘Grind Day’ hitmaker described the ‘Arose Arose’ tune as a spiritual song, as believed by many fans and players of the 21-time Ghana champions.  

Arthur, who disclosed that he is a childhood Hearts of Oak fan, does not see the need to compose a new anthem/song for the club because the current one is the best.

“Hearts of Oak already have a song,” Kwesi Arthur told Happy FM when asked if he’d compose a new song for the Phobians.

“I don’t think there would be any song that will ever beat it. It’s a very spiritual song.

“I have been a Hearts of Oak fan since childhood. We grew up in Tema Community 9. My dad supports Kotoko, but in the area where I lived, whenever Hearts of Oak is playing, the vibe was something.

“I am not an active supporter, but I still support in my heart. I’m ever ready to attend their games.”

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