Kwesi Amewuga Biography, Age and net worth

By | January 23, 2024

Biography of Kwesi Amewuga

Who is Kwesi Amewuga? Bodjah Anthony Kwesi Amewuga, widely known as Kwesi Amewuga, is a Ghanaian rapper, singer, and talented songwriter who was born and raised in Sefwi Wiawso in the Western North Region of Ghana. He was born on July 21, 1996, to Mr. Anthony Bruce Bodjah and Mrs. Susana Boakye Bodjah. He is 27 years old.

His mother, Susana Bokye, is from Sefwi Wiawso in the Western North Region, and his father, Anthony, is an Ewe from the Volta Region. He has three siblings, and one of them is also a musician who goes by the stage name Kwabena Lyta. Kwaku Amewuga had his primary and junior high school education in Sefwi Wiawso.

He continued his education at St. Mary’s Seminary/Senior High School in Lolobi, Volta Region, for a year and proceeded to St. Joseph Senior High School, where he completed his senior high education. After he finished high school, he worked as a pump attendant at a filling station in his hometown while pursuing his music career.

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Music Journey

Amewuga’s music journey began when he was in JHS 1. His musical career was influenced by his senior brother, Kwabena Lyta, who started his long before he did. Kwaku used to learn his brother’s rap and freestyled in front of his mates in school, which earned him some fans. However, in JHS 2, he decided to do something of his own.

He started writing his raps in Form 2, and the first he wrote was so creative that his mates had doubts that he had such songwriting skills. This motivated him to continue writing and chasing his music dreams. After completing junior high, anytime Kweku’s older brother Kwabena Lyta was billed for a show or concert in Sefwi, he allowed him to use a few minutes of his time to perform his rap on stage.

In addition, for any concerts or events his senior brother organized in Sefwi, he added him to the list of musicians to perform at the event. After every performance, the positive responses from people made him realize that he had to take the music thing very seriously. Therefore, Amewuga took his music career seriously when he enrolled in high school.

With support from his brother, Kwabena Lyta, he began recording songs in the studios during his high school days and dropped his first single while in school. He did his raps in Twi and the Sefwi language. In 2020, Kweku became known in the music industry in Ghana when he started joining rap challenges and dropping his rap freestyles on YouTube and most especially, on TikTok.

With his style of rap music, in which he uses word plays in his lyrics, Kweku Amewuga has gained a committed fan base who motivates him to still be consistent with his craft. He currently has one external play, the Young Landguard EP, and several singles to his credit.


• Young Landguard EP (2023)

Kwesi Amewuga Songs

• Prepare
• Tompoo
• Feelings
• Kwesi bɔdamfoɔ
• Asosr3 ft. Kwabena Lyta
• Make the Tell You
• In My Zone
• Let it go
• Ahaban
• Kwesi Kraka
• Focus
• Moves
• Ase3
• Obiaa
• Hunter
• Ahaban
• Do or Die
• Chant
• Blood Money
• Talent Over Hype Flow
• Landguard
• Ready
• Mokasa
• Prayer
• Cut them Off


• Best Rapper of the Year (2022).
• Songwriter of the Year (2022).
• HipHop Song of the Year (2022).


• Next Rated Act (Western North Region) – 3Music Awards 2022.
• Hiplife/HipHop Artiste of the Year – Western North Music Awards 2021.
• Best Rapper of the Year – Western North Music Awards 2021.
• Popular Song of the Year – Western North Music Awards 2021.
• HipHop Song of the Year – Western North Music Awards 2021.
• Music Video of the Year – Western North Music Awards 2021.
• Artiste of the Year – Western North Music Awards 2021.
• Best Rapper – Western North Music Awards 2020.
• Best HipHop Song – Western North Music Awards 2020.
• Best Hiplife/HipHop Artiste – Western North Music Awards 2020.

Wife & Children

Kwesi is not married and has no children.

Net worth

He has an estimated net worth of $450,000.

FAQs about Kwesi Amewuga

• Where is Kwesi Amewuga from?
He comes from the Western North Region, Sefwi Wiawso, to be precise, and the Volta Region.

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