Wanlov the Kubolor was born in Romania and grew up in Ghana. Raised in a home where both parents were avid collectors of music and other forms of eclectic art, it is no wonder the Kubolor has a unique perspective on life. Kubolor’s love and respect for nature is felt not only in his music, which is delivered in his melodic accent, but also in his hallmark sense of style which is organic at its core. Yes he wears a wrap! Yes, he goes everywhere barefoot and rumors of no underwear might very well be true, but would you expect anything less radical from a Kubolor? Wanlov's widely acclaimed versatility is heard on his debut album “Green Card”, released in 2007 on his return to Ghana after a 7-year stay in the USA. It was nominated at the 2008 Ghana Music Awards for "Discovery of The Year", "Record of The Year", "Video of The Year" & "Hip Hop Song of The Year".  Wanlov the Kubolor has also had the honor of collaborating with Gyedu-BlayAmbolley, Ghana's Rap pioneer / Highlife legend, and Reggie Rockstone, the Godfather of Hiplife, amongst other well respected artists worldwide. Conscious lyrics like “My Skin” and the award winning song “Human Being” not only won the 2006 WCS International Song Contest, but also serve as the soundtrack to the anti-child trafficking campaign led by UNICEF and the Ministry of Women and Children’s Affairs in Ghana. Wanlov the Kubolor, is an authentic individual. As the nexus of Pidgen Music, the Kubolor is adamant and true to his desires to positively impacting the quality of life for all.