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Ko-jo Cue

Linford Kennedy Amankwaah, professionally known as Ko-jo Cue, Young Daddy Lumba or even PLK, is a rapper, singer, songwriter and a journalist delivering music in the genres of Hiplife, Hip Hop, Afrofusion and Afrobeats.

He was born on 27th May 1989, in Adum, Kumasi but was raised in Bantama by his grandmother. He grew up in a house filled with his entire extended family and sleeping in a room with five cousins, an auntie and his grandmother. The values of family were instilled in him at an early age. These values are shared in most of his songs.

He felt attached to the Ghanaian music when his cousin, Rebel introduced him to Obrafour’s first music, Pae mu ka. He then wrote the lyrics and decided to learn it. After this move, he decided to start writing the lyrics to his own song so as to improve his surrounding and share whatever lies on his heart to the world.

In 2005, he was given admission to Kumasi Anglican High School, the school in which most artists attended. Artists like Lord Kenya, Noble Nketiah and the pack were blessed to be in this school. He started taking his music seriously and in 2008 he was blessed to meet two aspiring musicians, K-Wul and Kuul D, known together as SoulBrothaz, who introduced him to a third-year pharmacy student of KNUST who was into beat making and was called Mcfancy.

Ko-jo Cue Ghana’s talented mega star.

The two became close and commenced recording in the bedroom of a Nigerian colleague named Drillmeister but originally called Ogechukwu. Ko-jo Cue sings the songs, with the beats and Mcfancy makes the beats and mixes the recordings. Ko-jo Cue then posts the finished tracks on social media using the name Jazzy Flo. This caught the attention of Talla Sangari, the CEO of Primitive Music and who offered him a deal. After the deal was agreed on, Tee, that is Talla Sangari, had him release his first track.

He is affiliated with The Cue, a talent development group which he formed with producer, Peewezel.

His songs and the years they were released include:

written by Ruth Ama Onumah.


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