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iPappi gets rewarded for ‘Anloga Junction’ hitting over 10 million streams

Versatile Ghanaian music producer, Prince Fosu, aka iPappi has been honored with a plaque after his illustrious contribution to Stonebwoy’s critically acclaimed fourth studio album, “Anloga Junction” helped the record achieve a new mark.

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The plaque, which was awarded by KV Online Talent; an agency dedicated to promoting creatives in music and film, was to commemorate the aforementioned album’s monumental 10 MILLION milestone in streaming across all digital platforms.

iPappi gets rewarded for ‘Anloga Junction’ hitting over 10 million streams
iPappi got his plaque for Anloga Junction hitting 10 Million views|| Courtesy iPappi

During a phone interview with iPappi, he expressed his excitement and desire to share the moment with fans saying:

“It’s a nice feeling to be this young and receive a plaque for such an impressive album. I feel so blessed, and I want this moment to motivate the little ones who look up to me. There is always light at the end of every tunnel”.


Social media (Twitter) wasn’t singled out either, with a post from the act reading:

“Got my First ever Plaque today After 13 years of doing music Consistently… The universe always has a plan for you. don’t give up cc: @stonebwoyb”.

With honors for recent hits such as Stonebwoy’s ‘Ololo’ (feat. Teni), Ko-Jo Cue and Shaker’s ‘Up & Awake’ (feat. Kwesi Arthur), iPappi’s contribution to “Anloga Junction”, ‘Bow Down’ (feat. Nasty C) is the tip of the iceberg in terms of his reach and skill.

He’s also produced for a host of Ghanaian artists: Gyakie, Bosom P-Yung, Yaw Levelz, Kofi Tafari, Nii Lewis, and Sugar Mole to name a few.

From securing a publishing deal with Sony Music (UK) to announcing his debut EP, “Focus”, 2020 is shaping up to be a fine year for the genius producer and we congratulate him on his new trophy.

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