MP3 Kojo - Fact Fiction & Contradictions
Hip-Hop emerging from the dark-age, to a Renissance,while staying true to its roots
9 MP3 Songs
HIP HOP/RAP: Hip Hop, NEW AGE: New Age
Kojo A.K.A Spawn
The lyrical passion that Kojo exhibits provides listeners with a Tupac feel coupled with word play that the likes of Eminem could only acknowledge as stylistic equality. His story telling ability is only matched by his empathetic ways of striking emotional cords in his listeners, while exemplifying the essence of Hardcore Hip-Hop. On the very controversial song titled "Niggaz & Honkeys," Kojo takes listeners through an emotional roller coaster, ranging from tears of uncontrollable laughter, to body tensing uncomfort. Kojo''s words flow like the fountain of life gently making themselves at home in the very center of every listeners heart while simultaneously manifesting a captivating, irresistible appearance. The sheer mastery of daring social commentary coupled with an affinity for hit song writing, Kojo utilizes his talents within all aspects of his music from lyrical composition and production to arrangement and tracking. Destined for humble stardom Kojo encompasses all aspects of a premiere M.C. From the age of 10, he performed everywhere from show cases to the L.A Coliseum. Kojo devastated M.C ciphers in the streets of L.A. then moved to Washington state where he graduated from college and gained an enormous following from setting college stages, radio and mix tapes ablaze. His lyrical mastery has appeared on "Cool Dre''s Hits for the New Millennium" Compilation (2000) featuring 2-Pac, Master P, Kurupt, and Lazy Bone; "The System Volume 1 mix tape" (2003), featuring 50 Cent, Eminem, Dr. Dre, Joe Budden, and Obie Trice; D.J Warriors 2-Pac mixes, "Live in Hollywood" and up and coming Icon, (Triniti) first smash hit Dangerous. Often regarded, as the "God M.C" exhibiting chameleon like styles, engaging in melodic marriages with any genre of music, Kojo personifies the beacon that the new age of Hip-Hop has risen.