All Wasn't Rosy For Me When Growing Up, I Had To Sell 'Koko' And 'Koose' To Survive — Samini

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One of Ghana’s finest Dancehall artiste, Samini has disclosed that all wasn’t rosy when growing up as a kid, he had to sell ‘Koko’ and ‘koose’ in Dansoman just to survive.
The “My Own” hitmaker in an interview with DJ Adviser on Happy FM’s “Ayekoo After Drive” show said;

“I grew up in Dansoman (DC), we were daddy’s boys but hard boys as well. I sold Koko and Koose all over Dansoman. Everybody knows me for selling Coco and Koose. I carried the things I sold on my head so they know and call me ‘Koo Emma’.”

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“When I was 12 years, I sold Koko and Koose for money during vacations from school,” he added.
It looks like all our musicians didn’t have it easy before hitting the limelight and this is a big lesson for the young and “underground” musicians aspiring to be like some of these successful artistes.

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