Pappy Kojo recounts Reggie Rockstone and Obrafour’s influence on his career

Ghanaian rapper Pappy Kojo on several occasions have expressed his great admiration for rap icons Obrafour and Reggie Rockstone.

He has consistently claimed on various platforms that the two are his mentors and were the ones who inspired him to pursue a career in music.

Pappy Kojo revealed in an interview for Culture Daily’s Big Conversation that he is highly familiar with every song by Reggie Rockstone and that he finds it simple to call and rap for the Reggie.

He also mentioned how fantastic it felt to laugh and said he would gladly accept a Kumawood role if one were offered.

Pappy Kojo responded when asked if humor serves as an outlet for him and if it helps him stay alive and maintain his composure “Don’t you want to laugh? There is no cause; laughing is simply therapeutic “.

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Pappy also said that he would definitely portray Reggie Rockstone in a movie about him, demonstrating how well he is versed in his body of work.

After being away from the music scene for approximately nine months, the rapper has returned to draw in music fans with the release of the six-track EP “Logos Hope.”

Pappy Kojo’s most recent studio release of the year, Nothing Matters, is an extended play featuring four sublime songs. Larruso and Kwawkese are the only performers on the album; they can be heard on Tracks 2 and 4, respectively.

With a concentration on composition, song production, and song arrangement, “Nothing Matters” is a remarkable body of work.

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