Bantama Bros: Ko-Jo Cue and Kofi Jamar’s Bromance

It’s often said that words are powerful. That, whatever one says is bound to happen with immediacy or after some time- days, months, years, century or millennium. When words are spoken from a place of love or hate, the consequences could have a happy or bitter ending. That’s why when someone showers words of praise and goodwill on you, you […]

Ko-Jo Cue, Ayisi Star In A 70s Inspired “Wo Nsa Be Ka” Video

“Wo Nsa Beka”, one of the best songs off “For My Brothers”, the critically acclaimed, 15 track album by rapper Ko-Jo Cue has a video. Released a couple of hours ago, the 70s funk/rock era-inspired video also employs Kumawood styled storytelling as medium to conveying their message. “Wo Nsa Beka”, a Akan phrase that translates as “You Shall Get Yours […]

Ko-Jo Cue’s Tales On “Muddy Story”, “Never Mind” And “Loser” Matter

For any conceptually brilliant album, there are a string of records that form the pivot of the album. In this article, we highlighted the three records that hold “For My Brothers” together. Ko-Jo Cue’s album, For My Brothers (FMB) has been out for three months and the response accorded the album has been enormous. The talented rapper did not only […]

Ko-Jo Cue (Finally) Earns His Shine With ”For My Brothers”

There comes along an album which defines a generation, not only in terms of the cadences or punchlines but the message within the music. In a year where most mainstream rap albums failed to meet expectations; most of these releases felt more like collections of singles rather than cohesive, well-curated body of work. “For My Brothers”, by Ko-Jo Cue is […]

Ko-Jo Cue – You Alone (Video)

Ko-Jo Cue emerges from the back of a crowd, pushing and shoving towards the front where the small congregated crowd stare at the photos of some great Ghanaian legends within the entertainment space who art had passed away. Images of legends like Super OD, Araba Stamp, Kiki Gyan, Charles Kofi (CK) Mann, Terry Bonchaka, Owusu-Ansah, Ronny Coaches plus others beam […]

DredW X Magnom Are The Perfect Pair On ”Songs For Her”

There comes a time when one’s decision to stay off the limelight becomes the wrong option. Not when you are an active player within the entertainment scene and have your name on some decent pieces of work. No matter your persona, you have to place a face to the creativity. And, in this era of social media where personality often […]

Listen: Ko-Jo Cue Motivates With Aso)den

Steadfastness, self-belief and a bit of headstrongness comes with its own perks. The journey towards success and recognition may be a long, arduous and sometimes scary but pays off in the end. For rapper, Ko-Jo Cue, going through this grind not only built him up, but defined who he has become. On his latest single, Ko-Jo Cue indulges in self-reflection- […]


THE CUTS reviews songs, videos or albums we think deserve your attention. The songs or videos covered are not genre and/or region specific. Once it is good, it would be reviewed or featured. THE CUTS is available every FRIDAY. Daney King Eli – Cheers (Prod by Sir AB) Last year, Daney King Eli announced himself on the music scene with […]

NiiQuaye Invites All To Dance To His Highlife Tune “Twa Wonan Ase”

There is a song for every situation in one’s life; be it for the good or bad. These songs tend to vividly capture an experience that you feel the musician or songwriter was lurking somewhere observing your situation. That was my sentiment when I heard “Twa Wona Ase”, a song by NiiQuaye. The multi- instrumentalist and music producer recruited AYAT […]

Review: Barima Pages – The Warm Up EP

Criticism. Mockery. Taunts. Outright hate. These are tools people employ to demean or pressure others into quitting or derail their ambitions. You are mostly bound to lose yourself, your identity should you fall for these antics. You either capitulate or hide in the darkest part of the room as a form of self-protection. However, staying steadfast, shifting through the criticisms […]