“Going international” has been the slogan of almost all Ghanaians in showbiz especially those doing active music not excluding Pappy Kojo.
The self-professed Fante Vandam in a virtual interview with Amansan Krakye of Cape Coast-based Radio Central fame made it clear that he has achieved everything in music as an artiste for Ghanaians.
According to Pappy, being in the industry for five (5) solid years and still counting is no joke and he has done remarkably well if he is to assess himself. Reminiscing how he hijacked the industry with “Realer No” and “Wave” in 2014.
“I’ve achieved everything in music in Ghana. I’ve played shows in all the regions in the country and mounted all the big platforms in the country. So, my focus now is to penetrate into the international market”, Pappy Kojo told Amansan Krakye.
Born Jason Gaisie as earlier said hijacked Ghana music industry rendering hardcore rappers not excluding Sarkodie “useless” in 2014 when he teamed up with Joey B to serve real rap lovers with “Realer No” and “Wave”.
The above-mentioned songs although years have passed yet remain the hottest rap vibes ever to be cooked by a Ghanaian rapper. But the truth as we speak is that Pappy Kojo has been slow in Ghana music in reference to churning out chart-topping vibes or songs.
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