Kofi Stone
Kofi Stone

Kofi Stone

GBRHip Hop, Contemporary Hip Hop
649,364 monthly listeners
  • 74.7K followers
  • 8.9K subscribers
  • 39.3K followers
  • 1.5K followers
  • 2.5K followers

Kofi Stone's Top Spotify Songs

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Talk About Us
91.9K streams
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Stories In Pyjamas
86.7K streams
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Busker Flow
86.3K streams
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Sweet Distraction
54.8K streams
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It's Ok to Cry
48.3K streams
91.9K
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86.7K
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86.3K
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54.8K
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48.3K
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47.4K
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42.5K
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35.1K
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26.3K
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Kofi Stone's YouTube Videos

263.6K
Views

Kofi Stone - Talk About Us ft. Ady Suleiman

Kofi Stone

Kofi Stone - Talk About Us ft. Ady Suleiman
Youtube
263.6K views
Jun 11, 2019
98.4K
Views
Kofi Stone - Same Old
Youtube
98.4K views
Jan 29, 2019
72.5K
Views
Kofi Stone - Stories In Pyjamas (Official Video)
Youtube
72.5K views
Jul 12, 2017

Kofi Stone's Top Spotify Playlists in the past 3 Months

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Rap UK
by Spotify
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Majestic Casual ✨
by Spotify
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Acid Jazz
by Spotify
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Jazz UK
by Spotify
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real good shit
by Spotify
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Events16 Events

Apr
13
Armelbizzman at La Place, Centre Culturel Hiphop
France
FRA
, Paris0 - 500 Hall
Past
Jul
07-10
El Dorado Festival
United Kingdom
GBR
, LedburyN/A N/A
Past
May
28-28
Dot to Dot Festival - Nottingham
United Kingdom
GBR
, NottinghamN/A N/A
Past
May
27-27
Dot to Dot Festival - Bristol
United Kingdom
GBR
, VentnorN/A N/A
Past
Oct
14-17
Wild Paths
United Kingdom
GBR
, NorwichN/A N/A
Past

Kofi Stone's Past Events16 Events

  • Armelbizzman at La Place, Centre Culturel Hiphop

    CASisDEAD, Kofi Stone, Pauli The PSM, Armelbizzman
    La Place, Centre Culturel Hiphop
    FRA, Paris
    Hall0 - 500
  • El Dorado Festival festival

    KC and The Sunshine Band, Vengaboys, Maverick Sabre, Barry Can't Swim, K Motionz, goddard., Shy FX, Bondax, Mall Grab, Folamour, Joy Anonymous, Sampa the Great, A Little Sound, Salute, Crazy P, Ben Hemsley, Mr. Scruff, Goldie, Prospa, Randall, Selecta J-Man, HAAi, Kofi Stone, p-rallel, Laurence Guy, Catching Cairo, Smokey Bubblin B, Lens, Denis Sulta, Pretty Girl, Gardna, Elli Ingram, Watch the Ride, Conducta, O'Flynn, Anish Kumar, Eva Lazarus, Jyoty, Jelani Blackman, Y U QT, Willow Kayne, Kelvin 373, Shanti Celeste, Job Jobse, Aries, Sally C, Dan Shake, Linguistics, Dutty Moonshine Big Band, K.O.G, KILIMANJARO, Demi Riquísimo, DJ Die, Frazer Ray, Aroop Roy, VC Pines, ABSOLUTE., Dismantle, Melle Brown, yung singh, Oh My God! It's The Church, OK Williams, La La, Kikelomo, Weaver Bros, Luxe, Millie Cotton, Tai Lokun, Ic3, lulah francs, Moneyama, Vanessa Maria, Luke Wolfman
    GBR, Ledbury
    Big
  • Dot to Dot Festival - Nottingham festival

    Yot Club, Alvvays, Yard Act, Sophie May, 49th & Main, SOFY, Kofi Stone, Jerub, Jordy, BEKA, Nieve Ella, Nell Mescal, Maruja, The Murder Capital, Cap Carter, Alt Blk Era, ARXX, Monarchy, Wombo, High Vis, Yune Pinku, Nix Northwest, Tay Oskee, Big Special, Finn Foxell, Girl and Girl, Antony Szmierek, Jords, Downtown Kayoto, Fat Dog, Hotwax, Divorce, TINYUMBRELLAS, Childe, Saint Joshua, JayaHadADream, Jemima Coulter, Skinny Pelembe, Unflirt, DELIGHTS, TAPIR!, August Charles, Jawnino, Personal Trainer, Cryalot, Heartworms, Hamish Hawk, 86TVs, Jemma Johnson, vona vella, Namani, PET NEEDS, Opus Kink, Kayla Grace, Grain, Surya Sen, pinkpirate, Alfie Neale, MERYL STREEK, Grove, Flasher, Cloth, Femi Tahiru, BRIAN NASTY, Mollie Coddled, Kynsy, Benefits, Cathy Jain, cucamaras, Humour, Tlya X An, Hutch, Fräulein, The Hip Priests, Lip Filler, She's In Parties, Bitch Queens, Colour, Josie Beth, Strabe, Otala, UNIVERSITY, Slaney Bay, IONA ZAJAC, Midnight Rodeo, Mickey Callisto, EM, Teeth Machine, Ffion Rebecca, Baby Tap, Blood Wizard, Nukuluk, Heart Sauce, Alfie Wallace, Distant Blue, Julia Rose, Bloodworm, Bad Milk, Stan Buckroyd, Louis Brennan, Sancho Panza, Spielmann, EXPRESS OFFICE PORTICO, Marvin's Revenge, King Violet, Catmilk, LOCKS, GOODGOODBYE, Luna & the lime slices, Ben Mark Smith, Tash Bird, Kid Apollo, Charity Stow, Abi Moore, Eryx London, Girlband, The People Assembly, DiabloFurs, Celestines, Kay Greyson, The Purple Hat Mob, Jinda Biant, Penny Moon, Stuart Pearce, Filter Sequence, Brad Dear & The March, Joe Zuccala, Airport Dad, Ellie Stainsby, Gender Envy, Dura Mater, The Idolins, The Avion, Lara Elise Grant, Gordon Parma, ZakBP, 2079, Ryan Buxton, Inward Strange, Revenge of Calculon, The Cost of Loving, Jahrel JP, Lilac Grove, Shauna, Purple Suns, Hunch Power, Victory Lap, Pretty Windows, Fat Bamboo, Peach Head, Soaphead, Fan Rights, The Rare Blood Group, Julia Rose, Alex and the Christopher Hale Band, Hex Undone, Last Generation, Sex Toy Vending Machine, Sobscene, Tom Grant & The Lifelines, January Moonlight, Moon Bullet
    GBR, Nottingham
    Medium
  • Dot to Dot Festival - Bristol festival

    Yot Club, Charlotte Plank, Alvvays, Yard Act, Sophie May, 49th & Main, SOFY, Kofi Stone, Jerub, Jordy, BEKA, Nieve Ella, Nell Mescal, Maruja, The Murder Capital, Cap Carter, ARXX, Wombo, High Vis, Yune Pinku, Nix Northwest, Tay Oskee, Big Special, Finn Foxell, Girl and Girl, Antony Szmierek, Ishmael Ensemble, Jords, Downtown Kayoto, Fat Dog, Hotwax, Divorce, TINYUMBRELLAS, Childe, Saint Joshua, Jemima Coulter, Skinny Pelembe, Unflirt, Getdown Services, DELIGHTS, The Family Rain, TAPIR!, August Charles, Jawnino, Personal Trainer, Pentire, Cryalot, Heartworms, Hamish Hawk, 86TVs, Namani, PET NEEDS, Opus Kink, Kayla Grace, Surya Sen, pinkpirate, Fizzy Orange, Alfie Neale, Gürl, MERYL STREEK, Grove, Flasher, Cloth, Femi Tahiru, Softee, Mollie Coddled, Kynsy, Benefits, Cathy Jain, cucamaras, Humour, Tlya X An, Kid Apollo, Mother Vulture, Erotic Secrets of Pompeii, Hutch, Fräulein, Lip Filler, She's In Parties, Saloon Dion, HAAL, Freddie Lewis, Strabe, UNIVERSITY, Poppy Rose, Slaney Bay, IONA ZAJAC, Midnight Rodeo, Mickey Callisto, Teeth Machine, Knives, Badliana, Joe Probert, Emily Magpie, Terra Kin, Nat Oaks, Blood Wizard, Nukuluk, SOLO JANE, Chasing Kites, Lunar Bird, Mumble Tide, Spielmann, Sun Spot, SENECA, The New Cut, Dwell, MISS KILL, Sarah Ann Ree, Allium!, Mutant-Thoughts, Dirty Cash, Belishas, Girlband, The Jackdaw, Wakey Wakey Rise & Shine, Reuben's Daughters, duvet daze, Mass House, Birdman Cult, MONAD, Kay Greyson, Nederveen, King Heron, Underbliss, MLY, Third Girl From The Left, Deadheading, Tha Pingaz, Neko, beware of leopards, Mallavora
    GBR, Ventnor
    Medium
  • Wild Paths festival

    Olivia Dean, Palace, Connie Constance, Biig Piig, Billie Marten, CMAT, Pip Millett, Gilles Peterson, Lava La Rue, Bad Nerves, Kofi Stone, The Big Moon, The Mysterines, Girls Of The Internet, Mark Broom, Barney Artist, Allman Brown, Honey Mooncie, Lime garden, Sports Team, Dead Pony, Jelani Blackman, DITZ, Folly Group, Emma-Jean Thackray, Do Nothing, FEET, Just Mustard, Gen and The Degenerates, TINYUMBRELLAS, Ugly (UK), Alice Auer, Chartreuse, PVA, Elisa Imperilee, Afriquoi, Steam Down, Marlowe, Rosie Frater-Taylor, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard, Talk Show, Theon Cross, Tertia May, Bamily, Nine8 Collective, Abbie Ozard, Gaffa Tape Sandy, Flamingods, Jas Kayser, VICTORS, Grandmas House, deep tan, Tony Njoku, Wasuremono, Sinead O Brien, Beach Riot, Press to Meco, The Lounge Society, PYJÆN, Piers James, Bull, Natty Wylah, Make Friends, Nuha Ruby Ra, The Rabbitts, China Bears, Keyah Blu, Out Of Love, Bessie Turner, Sunken, The New Coast, maya law, Ajimal, Other Half, KYANOS, Drones, I See Rivers, Amber Burgoyne, Raquel Martins, New Pagans, SUDS, Sam Johnson, Native Harrow, Vanity Fairy, Freya Roy, Mali Hayes, Bug Teeth, Sad Boys Club, Ed The Dog, Green Gardens, Kulk, The Islas, Dingus Khan, AK Patterson, Fehdah, DEBONAIR, Team Picture, Gabby Rivers, Jelly Cleaver, Sleemo, Lemondaze, HANYA, Yellowlees, Sam Eagle, Malady, Rosehip Teahouse, Aphra, CUTTING TIES, WRECK, Front Bangs, Nova Soon, Hugo z, Miša, DJ Breakfast, Bath Days, Summer's Colour, SPQR
    GBR, Norwich
    Small

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More about Kofi Stone

Overview of Contemporary Hip Hop musician Kofi Stone

British Hip Hop performer Kofi Stone is from Birmingham, England. His music combines aspects of both traditional and modern hip hop to produce a sound of his own. Introspective and deeply personal, Stone's songs frequently explore issues of identity, self-discovery, and daily hardships.

Stone's songs are renowned for their raw honesty and empathetic phrasing. He has a gift for narrating stories, and he uses his songs to let his listeners see clear pictures in their imaginations. Stone has a fluid, easygoing flow that makes it easy for his words to glide over the beats. To keep his audience interested and delighted, he makes use of a variety of strategies, including wordplay and alliteration.

Kofi Stone is a rising talent in the British hip-hop scene overall. He is a force in the industry thanks to his distinctive fusion of classic and modern sounds, his moving lyrics, and his easygoing flow.

What are the most popular songs for Contemporary Hip Hop musician Kofi Stone?

A modern Hip Hop musician from Birmingham, UK named Kofi Stone has created a number of well-known songs that have helped him build a devoted fan base. With its upbeat tempo and approachable lyrics, "Talk About Us" stands out, and "It's Ok to Cry" reveals his sensitive and reflective side. Another well-known song with "Busker Flow"'s catchy beat and meaningful lyrics is by Rolling Stone.

The more meditative and reflective song "Stories In Pyjamas" features Stone rapping about his upbringing and the difficulties he encountered. Both "Sweet Distraction" and "Frozen Hearts" are lively songs with appealing tunes and contagious hooks. The slower, moodier song "Diamonds in the Water" exemplifies Stone's artistry and range.

Stone raps on the more political tune "Same Old" on the problems that working-class communities face and the need for change. The more sultry song "I'll Wait" features Stone expressing his desire to hold out for the right partner. Stone raps on the bouncy and pleasant song "Like We Used To" about the benefits of nostalgia and remembering better times.

Kofi Stone has a devoted following thanks to his distinctive blend of deep words, captivating melodies, and seamless flow in his music. His versatility as an artist and his potential for future success are demonstrated by his ability to swing between slower, more contemplative songs and lively party songs.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Contemporary Hip Hop musician Kofi Stone?

Rising UK hip-hop talent Kofi Stone has been making waves with his most recent album, "Nobody Cares Till Everybody Does," which was published in 2019. The album offers a novel perspective on modern hip hop, fusing jazz, soul, and funk components to produce a distinctive sound that distinguishes Kofi Stone from his contemporaries.

With singles like "Make It Up To You" (2023), "Sweet Distraction" (2022), "Pass Time" (2022), and "I Wish / On the First Day" (2021), Kofi Stone has been releasing hits nonstop since the release of his album. These songs highlight Kofi Stone's artistic flexibility because each one has an own mood, sound, and message.

The challenges and victories of the working-class Black British experience are reflected in Kofi Stone's music, which is a mirror of his life experiences. It is no surprise that he is rapidly establishing a following in the UK and beyond given the honesty, authenticity, and rawness of his music. Kofi Stone is unquestionably an artist to keep an eye on in the coming years because of his distinctive sound, tremendous talent, and strong message.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Contemporary Hip Hop musician Kofi Stone?

As one of the most exciting contemporary Hip Hop musicians from Birmingham, Kofi Stone has played at some of the most prestigious festivals and venues in the UK. He has performed at events including Reading, Leeds, Cross The Tracks, and El Dorado Festival, where he displayed his own mashup of soulful Hip Hop sounds.

He gave one of his most noteworthy performances at the Jazz Cafe, when he sang his hit song "Same Old" in front of a crowded room. Additionally, he performed on stage at Mama Roux's and Camden Assembly, where he was greeted warmly by his admirers. He has also played at The Louisiana Bristol, where he dazzled the crowd with his flawless delivery and command of the stage.

One of the pinnacles of Kofi Stone's career was his appearance at Hip Hop Kemp, one of the greatest Hip Hop events in Europe. He had the chance to perform on stage with some of the biggest stars in hip-hop, like Wu-Tang Clan, and his energetic performance enthralled the crowd.

As a result of his appearances at events like The Jazz Cafe, Camden Assembly, and Mama Roux's as well as festivals like Reading Festival, El Dorado Festival, and Cross The Tracks, Kofi Stone has established himself as a prominent figure in the UK music scene. Kofi Stone is undoubtedly an artist to keep an eye on in the coming years because to his distinctive sound and fascinating stage presence.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Contemporary Hip Hop musician Kofi Stone?

Several musicians, including Kofi Stone, worked together to create some of the most iconic Hip Hop songs in recent memory. One particularly notable example of this is the collaboration on "Talk About Us" with Ady Suleiman. The song is popular among Hip Hop fans because of its mellow tune and the singers' deep voices. The song discusses the difficulties that relationships experience and how communication is necessary to get through them.

"It's Ok to Cry" is a noteworthy duet with Loyle Carner. The song has a chill vibe, and it's astonishing how effortlessly the performers execute the lyrics. The song's message is about being open and honest with one's feelings rather than holding them in. It displays the breadth of Kofi Stone's musical output and offers a novel perspective on the Hip Hop subgenre.

Sam Wills and Jake Milliner's "Sweet Distraction" is another standout joint effort. Smooth sounds and a catchy melody give the song a jazzy vibe. One of the most notable tracks in Kofi Stone's catalog is made possible by the smooth blending of the artists' vocals. The song discusses how life's distractions cause us to lose sight of our objectives.

In the songs "I'll Wait" with edbl and "Like We Used To" with The Silhouettes Project and Purple Cloud, Kofi Stone has worked with a variety of other musicians. Some of the most iconic Hip Hop songs in recent memory are a result of these partnerships. Kofi Stone's talent and artistry are evident in his ability to work with other musicians to produce original sounds.