As a rapper, Muhammad Amrullah or mostly known as KOJEK, feels concerned that children nowadays has no age-appropriate music to sing along to. This is what motivates him to initiate 'Si Kecil Untuk Bangsa Yang Besar' (SKUBYB) project, where he teaches underpriviledged children to create their own music through freestyle rap. His dream is to encourage and produced more songs for children all across the nation, so that children can also found their confidence throughout music.
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