In an exclusive interview on Unpackin, Kojo-Cue, the talented artiste, opened up about his highly anticipated return to the music scene after a two-year hiatus. The rapper discussed his upcoming event, FOR MY BROTHERS, and his latest project, the I AM BACK EP, revealing his motivations and plans for the future.
During the interview, Kojo-Cue shared that his time away from the music scene was intentional and necessary for his personal growth. He expressed how the break allowed him to reflect and recharge, ultimately leading to a stronger comeback.
One of the highlights of the conversation was Kojo-Cue's emphasis on collaboration. He acknowledged the immense talent within the Kumasi rap scene and made sure to include artistes from that region on his EP. He specifically mentioned the Asaaka boys and STRONG MAN, praising their contributions to the project.
Drawing inspiration from basketball legend Michael Jordan, Kojo-Cue spoke about the importance of making a triumphant comeback. He expressed his desire to leave a lasting impact on the music industry, just as Jordan did in basketball.
When asked about the reception from his fans since his return, Kojo-Cue was elated. He described the response as "massive" and even greater than he had anticipated. It's clear that his fans have eagerly welcomed him back with open arms.
Excitingly, Kojo Cue revealed that the FOR MY BROTHERS Concert will become an annual event, promising fans an unforgettable experience each year. He also hinted at plans to expand the concert to other countries, including Nigeria and the United States.
Kojo Cue assured his fans that they can expect nothing but the best from him. With his return to the music scene, his upcoming event, and the release of his I AM BACK EP, Kojo Cue is ready to make waves and leave an indelible mark on the industry.
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