For the fourth time in seven years, music by Ghanaian musician Kofi Kinaata is being studied by students of the English Department at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. His song Susuka which was released in 2015 first made it way to the University in 2016.
Subsequently, in 2018, the award-winning artiste had his Confession studied by Level 200 students of KNUST. The song which was released in 2017 was then translated into English and its literary devices studied.
Moreover, after the release of Things Fall Apart by the songwriter in 2019, the Fante rapper had his song approved by the English Department to be studied by level 200 students again in 2022.
A tweet by Voice Of KNUST over the weekend confirmed that for the 2022/2023 academic year, Things Fall Apart will once again be studied by level 200 students in KNUST. The Level 200 students will study his music for the first semester due to the song's literary appeal and overall social impact.
The four-time Songwriter of the Year at Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is the only Ghanaian musician to have three of his songs studied in KNUST.
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