Ghanaian rapper Joey B releases a brand new single and video titled “Greetings From Abroad”, featuring frequent collaborator Pappy Kojo. Here, the duo remake a classic hiplife song. The song was produced by Altra Nova, and the video was directed by GOLDYUNGE & Darryl. Peep the visuals, and check out the joint below.
Here for some Ghana flavour.
Pappy Kojo teams up with Sarkodie in a story that tells the classic tale; if you don’t know me at my lowest, you can’t show up when I am high up’ you would be late
Meister Music producer GuiltyBeatz releases the official dance video to his recently dropped infectious dance tune, titled “Akwaaba”. The tune features Mr Eazi, rapper Pappy Kojo, and “One Corner” sensation Patapaa. The dance video was directed by Alexx Adjei. Check out the visuals, and cop the tune below!
The choice to celebrate women in every shape and form can simply never go wrong. Enlisting the help of fellow romantics; Bisa Kdei and Mr Eazi, Pappy Kojo shares his third single off his upcoming EP ‘Abena’.
Produced by Guilty Beatz, the single borrows a leaf from the world classic Marvin Gaye hit, ‘Sexual Healing’.
Ghana’s too cool for school Pappy Kojo is saying ‘No Way’ in yet another love story for his new single. Bringing his classic sultry vocals to blend with his unique presence.
This follows the very successful release of his latest single M’akoma ft Joey B off his upcoming unnamed EP!
First single of the year and it is certainly worth the wait! Pappy Kojo teams up yet again with Joey B and as with all their previous collaborations, this is one for the repeat button.
Off his upcoming unnamed EP, Pappy offers this ‘Jama(5-note rhythm)’ inspired tune ‘M’akoma’ which means ‘My Heart’ and as the tittle suggests, this is Pappy’s offering of his love.
Produced by Kuvie who is responsible for Pappy’s previous hits, Ay3 Late and Awo’a, M’akoma, with Joey’s stand out vocals that get you hooked and Pappy’s ability to take your on a a musical trip as he tells you a story, is a must listen.
Dex Kwasi brings us this brand new trap music infused with African Drum. He calls this one Enforcer and features the Fante Van Damme, Pappy Kojo on it. This is a definite must-have for all the hip-hop heads out there.
One of Africa’s finest Hip-hop powerhouse, Sarkodie all the way from Ghana, launches a killer and undiluted fire tune titled “Trumpet“.
One this 9 minutes Hip-hop masterpiece , Sarkodie features the best of the best rappers in Ghana: TeePhlow, Medikal, Strongman, Koo Ntakra, Donzy & Pappy Kojo.
Video was directed by Prince Dovlo.