Kojo Cue gets on board BBnZ

BY: Mohammed Ali

The BBnZ Live management group, a record label and an artiste management outfit have signed on Kojo Cue, a Kumasi based rappe.

The deal will see BBnZ manage all aspects of his musical career as an artiste.

Headed by Alvin Bekoe and Kwame Blay, BBnZ Live since its inception has helped to unearth and nurture talent for the industry. 

Notable among them is rapper, EL, and they are hopeful to give Kojo Cue the necessary assistance to make his career  a succes.

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“BBnZ Live prides itself on discovering talents who are creative, young and fresh. We intend to showcase Ghanaian artistes and demonstrate that our music and talent is a powerful force in rebranding of the image of Africa” Kwame Blay said.

Some of the popular artistes under the BBnZ management are Lil Shaker, Gemini, gospel artiste, Cwesi Oteng, and DJ Mic Smith.

In an interview with Kojo Cue, he said he was happy to be part of the BBnz Live family.

“I am lucky because not every artiste gets the opportunity to be signed on to a  reputable record label or management team at the intial stages of their career.

“ And looking at where I was and where God has brought me, I know He’s not finished with me. I believe this is just the beginning. He will bring every good thing He has started in me to a perfect end”, he told Showbiz last week.

Kojo Cue who has been rapping since 2010 believes that it is his diligence, determination and steadfast that has brought him this far.

“It is true that every artiste’s dream is to be signed on to a reputable label but it all depends on your determination and hard work. The industry is flooded with great talents but it takes one’s perseverance to thrive in the game”, he stated. 

Real name, Kojo Amankwaah, Kojo Cue grew up in Kumasi. He attended Opoku Ware Basic School and proceeded to Kumasi Anglican High School.  

He later obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.