Ko-Jo Cue Breaks silence on his hiatus: announces return

Rapper Ko-Jo Cue from Ghana shocked everyone by abruptly ending his lengthy absence.

After a long time of silence, the musician recently announced on social media that he will be making a comeback, leaving fans buzzing with anticipation.

Ko-Jo Cue penned the following in a post that he shared on his numerous social media channels: “I don’t know why you love me the way you do, but I love you too. And I’ll never be able to abandon you. the Playoff Mode. Start the games now! PS: I’ve returned.

This enigmatic message was followed by a video compilation of fan tweets inquiring about his location, demonstrating how much his dedicated fans have missed him.

Fans were worried and interested about the rapper’s sabbatical as they made assumptions about his whereabouts. Ko-Jo Cue also introduced his new management, Gold River, in the video.

Linford Kennedy Amankwaa, better known to the world as Ko-Jo Cue, is a Ghanaian hip-hop artist who carries on the tradition of the region’s famed griots despite being raised in the upbeat rhythms of West Africa.


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He tells stories of African life as a musician and lyricist using an introspective and socially conscious lens. His Afrobeats, highlife, and hip-hop combination, together with his philosophically flavored storytelling, are reminiscent of the artistic influences that gave rise to rap legends like Jay Z, Nas, J. Cole, and Obrafour.

Lauryn Hill took notice of his “Pen & Paper” album collaboration with Ghanaian rapper Shaker, which received praise. He was given the opening spot on her tour as a result.

The same can be said for his 2019 debut album, “For My Brothers,” which dominated the Apple Music Charts and received a nomination for Album of the Year at the 3 Music Video Awards. It was recognized as a watershed in the Ghanaian rap scene.

He has received numerous honors since 2019, including the Adinkra Poetry Prize and an Artlink grant, for which he turned his album “For My Brothers” into a radio show broadcast around Europe.

SOURCE: Senali News Ghana

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