The Kumerican guys are bringing some sort of vibes to the music industry and Kofi Jamar is one of them. At this year's Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, he was nominated in 7 categories including Vodafone Most Popular Song Of The Year with his song "Ekorso" ft Yaw Tog & Ypee and several other categories.
Derrick Osei Kuffour Prempeh better known by his stage name Kofi Jamar, is a Ghanaian rapper, singer and a songwriter from Bantama, Kumerica.
With his originality and creativity, as well as the emotion he conveys in his music, Jamar has amassed quite a large number of audience from among the major towns in Kumasi , famous among college students and the youth alike.
Although he did not win anything at the awards, he was gratetful for the opportunity he was given to perform at the show.
To him, not winning anything did not worry him and he shared this piece on Twitter with his fans. Netizens appreciated him for that.
The post read: @KofiJamar "To Me: Awards doesn't equal musical success, it's basically for motivational purpose and trust me, I've got enough motivation for years. I'm hugely self motivated looking at where I came from and how far I've gotten in my career. Thankful to all fans that keep supporting 💪"
He's absolutely right, not winning an award doesn't mean you're not working hard. Keep on doing what you do best because people love it.
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