Numbers, they say, do not lie, and the ‘For My Brothers’ album appears to be a testimony. Ghanaian musician, Ko-Jo Cue says this three-year-old project is the best performing work in his discography.
The rapper is credited with several hit songs including ‘Wole’, ‘Mama Yie’, Up & Awake among others. Many of these sounds have made gained commercial success and played on multiple platforms.
Occasionally, music lovers put some of these projects ahead of songs on his ‘For My Brothers’ project.
But interestingly, they seem to taken the therapeutic songs pretty personal as far as streaming is concerned.
Linford Kennedy Amankwaa, as he is known outside music circles, revealed that the 15-track project is his most successful across all streaming platforms.
He made this revelation on The Listening Party via Twitter Spaces hosted by Ato Kwamina. The social media-based programme is dedicated to discussing music projects that have had a tangible impact on the music scene.
It has reviewed many projects ranging from Kendrick Lamar, Efya, Pure Akan, and Fameye to King Promise etc.
On Saturday’s episode, music enthusiasts also shared their perspectives on the album which has been touted by cult listeners as ever-green.
Also contributing to the conversation on Saturday were fellow musicians Worlasi, Pappy Kojo among others.
Others opened up on their life-changing decisions which were inspired by songs like Workaholics Anonymous, Nevermind and many others off the For My Brothers album.
He recently dropped 21 Memory Lane EP which is also available across all distribution platforms.