Free The Youth recruits Kwesi Arthur for debut single ‘Who Dat Boy?’


Ghanaian fashion collective FREE THE YOUTH, who has taken the streetwear scene by storm and has been featured in Vogue, The Fader, and Native, makes their first foray into music by releasing their debut single, ‘Who Dat Boy?’

Produced by Quantum, the group has leveraged its influence within the music space, collaborating with some of the hottest talent from the continent.

On ‘Who Dat Boy,” they enlist Kwesi Arthur for a debut single that perfectly fuses afro-sound with a drill to deliver what will no doubt be the soundtrack to every ‘fit check’ video on social media.

‘We made Who Dat Boy with our boy Kwesi Arthur, and it’s just one of those songs that we want the youth to rage to,’ they said.

The release of “Who Dat Boy?” is not just a foray into music for FREE THE YOUTH but a continuation of their mission to empower and inspire through a unique cultural narrative.

The collective expands its ‘selling stories, selling hope’ mission into the music arena with distinctive, off-the-wall style and unabashed co
nfidence.

As they continue to challenge conservative norms that stifle creativity in Ghana, FREE THE YOUTH aims to free the youth, one beat at a time.

ABOUT FREE THE YOUTH:

FREE THE YOUTH is a community and a movement led by young creatives passionate about empowering all African youth to connect through the arts and street culture.

FREE THE YOUTH is at the forefront of the African creative and streetwear scene. Since its launch in 2015, the brand has grown with its cultural influence firmly established throughout Africa, Europe, and the USA.

With cutting-edge designs, annual limited edition pieces, and international collaborations, the brand has built a strong reputation and loyal community.

Source: Ghana Web