Koudjo is a music producer and an entrepreneur mostly known for his work with popular international rappers such as Booba, Jul, Nekfeu, Youssoupha or local artists such as Fouki, Sarahmée, Connaisseuror Racoon. He has produced and sold over 700 000 albums worldwide and has founded PS23, his publishing company through a joint venture with Warner Chappell in 2014.

Born in Togo (West Africa), Koudjo travelled throughout Africa (Ivory Coast, Kenya) and moved to Montreal in 2000 to study economics at McGill University. On Campus, he co-founded, McGill Hip Hop Society and was VP and President of MASS (McGill African Student Society). A true advocate for Black Culture excellence, Koudjo has co-founded in 2019, QCLTUR (pronounced culture), a Montreal-based media platform that promotes arts and the culture.

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