Jason Gaisie Popularly refered to as Pappy Kojo is a Ghanaian hip pop and hip life recording artiste who hails from Takoradi, Pappy Kojo was born on 13th February 1989. Pappy broke into the music scene with his songs "Realer" and "Awoa" during his era he came out with a different style of rap music hence making him stand out and being recognized for what he represents. Pappy Kojo is born to Kofi Badu and mother Rosemond Gaisie. He was born and raised in Takoradi, in the Western Region of Ghana. A bit about this education, He attended Ridge international school up until 2004, Pappy then Moved to Italy to join his mother where he has loved all this years.
Pappy Kojo had passion for music at a very young age, and he recounts joining rap battles and shows where he would rap to the likes of Tic Tac, Obrafuor and the rest. Pappy Kojo got into the music industry with the help of Joe B who is also a Hiplife and hip pop artiste. His unique rap style has made him gain attention and followers, pappy Kojo in Ghana now is refered to as the Fante Vandamn. The musician remains one of the artiste who doesn't care about what people say about him, especially with what he decides to wear.
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