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Rapper, singer and songwriter and “Ay3 late" hitmaker, Pappy Kojo has vowed and promised all Ghanaian's that at the next edition of the Grammy Awards, he will win two awards or quit music forever.
He made this revelation during an interview with Ghanaian journalist, blogger and media personality, Ameyaw Debrah after he was asked about his opinion on the Grammy Awards saga between top musician's in the country.
“It’s ridiculous that I’m the only Ghanaian artiste on the Apple Music chart. I’m number one. It’s ridiculous. It’s about time some gets the job done. So, say less,” he stated. “Ghanaians should calm down. I’ll bring Grammys home. Even if they want two, I’ll bring them home. If I don’t bring Ghanaians Grammy next year, I’ll quit music.”
Pappy Kojo has been in the music industry since 2016 after his hit song “Realer No" which he featured Ghanaian heavyweight rapper, Joey B made waves in the country. He has never backed down and has been giving out hit to hit.
He recently released a 17 track album, Lagos II which he featured many great acts like Sarkodie, Kofi Kinaata, Medikal, Adina, Kuami Eugene and many and it's with this album that he hopes to grab a Grammy nomination and hopefully an award next year.
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