Ghanaian singer and music producer, Kweku Darlington, says his recently launched charity foundation: “Darlington For Kids,” is to help less-privileged children in society, by guiding them towards realizing their dreams.

According to him, “The objective is to impact their lives, something I have always wanted to do, and those close to me know how obsessed I am with kids.”

He made this known during a “VGMA in Schools Initiative” tour at the Labone Senior School, aimed at bridging the gap between the music industry and academia, by offering students opportunities to dialogue with music professionals.

The sensational rapper engaged the students with thought-provoking ideas, telling them not to give up on their dreams regardless of the difficult circumstances they may find themselves in.

According to the ‘Sika Aba Fie’ hitmaker, giving back to society was something he had always dreamed of, and was, therefore, elated to engage and inspire the younger ones.

“This initiative falls in line with my recently launched foundation, where I seek to give back to society. I have planned a series of tours, where I would be reaching out to young people in homes, streets, schools and everywhere,” he added.

Kweku Darlington has had a sparkling start to his music career. He recently earned nominations in the Best New Artiste of the Year category at both 3Music Awards and the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs).