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I will play Obour’s track and sleep, if I was the President of MUSIGA-Pappy Kojo

Multiple award winning Fanti rapper, Pappy Kojo has cautioned musicians to learn from their mistakes to overcome their challenges.

That, he noted could make them excel in the industry without them cutting corners with their career.

Pappy Kojo told spotonnews.net in an interview that everything in the world has its challenges, stressing that perseverance and determination could make one sail through in the midst of the challenges.

Speaking on the sidelines of the music industry, he indicated that he had not felt any challenges in the industry due to the mindset that he used his challenges to shape his work.

“I can’t really talk about my challenge in the industry, because I took the challenge as a learning experience and it shaped me to be who I am today. Also my experience in the industry might be different from other artistes,” he stated.

The “Ay3 Late” hit maker underscored the need for young artistes to learn from their challenges and advised them to desist from being the copy cat of renowned musicians.

He urged musicians to move out of their shells and achieve greatness without attaching their success or failure  stories to any musical body.

“Your strength will determine your success, Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) does not have any role to play in making you a better artiste, only hard work,” Pappy Kojo added.

When asked what he would do differently as a president of MUSIGA to improve the industry, he said he would play Obour’s track and sleep.

BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE

Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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