Jo Quaye – Network (Feat. Kojo Kombolo and Clef Mullah)
Music Producer/Rapper known as Jo Quaye is back with another powerful and sensitive new music he calls 'Network' featuring Raggae/Dancehall artiste Kojo Kombolo and Rapper Clef Mullah.
The song ‘NETWORK’ according to Jo Quaye, is a hip-hop track that inspires us to learn from our mistakes and get in contact with the right people, hence building networks to get to the top. Song produced by himself and featured Kojo Kombolo and Clef Mullah.
Jo-Quaye, born Jonathan Addoquaye Akwei Jr., is a Dansoman City (DC) based Hip-Hop recording Artiste, a Beat Producer and the C.E.O of Black vibes nation. He was formerly known as Blaka Gh (tualai), but now known as Jo-Quaye depicted from his real name; that makes him original and unique.
Jo-Quaye grew up listening to the likes of 2Pac, Nas, Eminem, Sizzla, Okomfour Kwadee and Kojo Antwi.
J.Cole and Kendrick Lamar have inspired him since he fell in love with their music. He’s been able to build his musical reputation on the hard truth and focuses his songs on inspirational and social issues surrounding our day-to-day activities.
His first public performance was at a Street Battle in D.C, where he exhibited extraordinary talent, and won the heart of the crowd gathered including celebrities. Utilizing Twi, Ga, Pidgin and English languages
in his music, Jo-Quaye has bridged the gap; cutting across audiences in Ghana.
His first single, PropaGhana, released in 2010, addressed the socioeconomic issues as well as political problems in Ghana, citting few incidents in the music, movie and sports industries. He further released subsequent ones like ”sadiaa”, ”am not leaving” which featured Stonebwoy,”Tozo”, ”No Size” Featured Luther and the current one ”Eno” a classical highlife featuring Kesse.
He has collaborated with most of the big stars in the industry like kojo Kombolo, Shatta wale, stonebwoy, Flowking Stone (bradez), Kesse, Luther, Aj Omo Alajah, Epixode, Chymny Crane, Kochoko Etc. Aside Jo-Quaye’s dexterity in rap, he’s also a sound engineer and a trainer.
Black vibes nation is a group, formed by Jo-Quaye but has some members and few administrators; and it’s intended to help the youth in GH develop their skills in rap and music production. “Swee” is the slogan he uses quite often.
Jo-Quaye is a very talented young man who has a lot to offer the Ghanaian music industry and the world as well… His main aim is making fans happy and taking Ghana to the outside world.