I’m Grateful To Ghanaians Kojo Antwi – The Music Maestro Kojo Antwi has offered thanks to Ghanaians for the help he has gotten throughout the years as an artist.
Talking solely to Summi Brown, sit-in host of Frontline on Rainbow Radio 87.5 FM demonstrated that the affection and backing he has gotten has been tremendous.
He said his prosperity is ascribed to Ghanaians and the affection they demonstrated him throughout the long term.
In the wake of leaving school, Kojo Antwi began his music profession promptly by playing with the band Boomtalents. Afterward, he turned into the front-man of Classique Vibes, some time ago known as Classique Handles.
He later went solo. His first independent collection, All I Need is You, which was delivered in 1986, turned into a chartbuster in Ghana.
He has won a few esteemed public and global honors.
Most of his melodies have zeroed in on teaching and engaging his fans, particularly the young and grown-ups on issues of marriage and love.
Kojo Antwi is a Ghanaian Afro-pop, highlife, and reggae melodic craftsman. Conceived Julius Kojo Antwi into a family with 13 kin, he experienced childhood in the Darkuman suburb of Accra. He has 22 collections shockingly, with “Tom and Jerry” being one of his effective singles in Ghana and Africa on the loose.
Kojo plays Reggae with heaps of African impacts in the Lovers Rock style and Roots Reggae close by legitimate African melodies. He sings in both English and vernacular.
He has woman artists, woman foundation artists, and top performers who have worked with worldwide Stars like Hugh Masekela and Miriam Makeba. He has a Master Saxophone player from Sierra Leone.