Kojey confessions: we chat to the MOBO nominated rapper in a Notion exclusive

Notion 73 guest editor Becca Dudley exclusively chats with rising rapper Kojey Radical whilst on set of his shoot for our latest issue.

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It’s an exciting time for Kojey Radical right now. Having just received two MOBO nominations, for ‘Best Newcomer’ and ‘Best Video,’ the ‘Footsteps’ singer has been busy building his rep across the urban scene – playing shows across the UK following the release of his breakthrough EP ‘23Winters’ which came out earlier this year. Tonight he’ll take the stage in front of a sold-out crowd at the Jazz Café.

Since the release of his last EP, we’ve been hooked on Kojey. There’s something fresh about this innovative rapper – this guy’s definitely someone you want to keep on your radar. Because we love Kojey, we decided to entice Notion 73 guest editor, Becca Dudley to chat exclusively with the rising rapper while on the set of his shoot for our latest issue.

Don’t forget to register and vote for Kojey Radical at the upcoming MOBO Awards.
Check out Kojey on SoundCloud and follow him on Instagram.

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