Ghanaian rapper CJ Biggerman says Ghanaians should watch out for more musical collaborations with Rick Ross.
The underground artiste, who met Rick Ross at the Kempiski Hotel on his arrival with a rap song, was given an opportunity to perform on stage at the Detty Rave Concert.
Delighted by the performance, Rick Ross urged Ghanaians to support the young rapper whom he described as a brother.
Speaking to Joy News’ Becky after his performance, CJ Biggerman expressed excitement about the opportunity.
According to him, he was in talks with Rick Ross and was hopeful of a collaboration.
“I am so grateful to Mr. Eazi for making this happen for an upcoming artist like me. Bigger things are about to happen. Right now Rick Ross is my brother, we chat a lot in my dm, so let’s see what will happen.”
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