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    All eyes on J. T : The latest rap sensation in town

    by Anil K. Tahilramani
    posted Wednesday, 22 January 2014 13:16| 0 Comments

    Having been in the industry for more than a decade is enough to gain this talented music act the recognition he is getting from some connoisseurs in the industry.

    Real name Kojo Tabiri, J. T or Rap Teazer as he is known in the music industry, he has defied all odds to be where he is today. “I'm versatile and ready to rub shoulders with the creme de la creme in the industry today,” J. T stated.

    With over ten singles to his credit, J. T has worked with some of the experienced artistes in the country such as E. L, Ball J, Eugene of Praye fame, Chimney Crane and Joey B. “Working with these guys is awesome and trust me the album will be a very good one,” he added.

    J. T can boast of songs such as 'Hemaa,' 'Obey Before Complain,' 'Twerk,' just to mention a few. According to the artiste who doubles as an entrepreneur, he says his fans should expect an album soon.

    When asked where he will be in the next five years, this was his response: “I should be winning something in the Ghana Music Awards, the Grammys and should have my own recording studio in the near future.”




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