Musician and business magnate who doubles as the CEO of Money Go Flow record label Nhyiraba Kojo has hinted that he is done with music.
In an interview with Nana Yaw Santana on Testimony fm, Nhyiraba Kojo stated that his musical ambitions are over, considering his decision to go into business and make juicy profits.Asked what ignited such decision, the ‘turn around’ hit maker said music in this country is hectic and expensive doing it alone where by the returns are less. “Doing Music in Ghana in most times done by yourself, whereby there are no proper structures to cater for a musician. You enjoy your peak for few years and later wiped out from the musical scene whether you are a good or wack musician” he stressed.
He further disclosed that taking a diff from music his new project is to nurture and groom up and coming music talents, therefore has mounted an ultra modern recording studio for the betterment of the up and coming artiste onto his Money Go Flow record label. He finally advised the youth to take music seriously and make investments from the little they make from music during their peak because they won’t last forever.
Nhyiraba Kojo is best known for several hit songs released over the years including “turn around” ”Ehye Wo Bo”, Ebola, ”Yaayi” and a host of others. He can today boast of his own restaurant – one in Accra and the other in Takoradi; a clothing line, and fleets of commercial cars that ply from Accra to Takoradi and back, every blessed day.He is arguably one of the richest musicians in the country.