Bojack Horseman, the Netflix original adult animation, like many other adult animated series, is a sharp and often ugly reflection of ourselves and our lives.
Following the story of the former child star who wants to go back to Hollywood, Bojack illustrates the harsh realities of life in series of a quirky, yet stark revelations,
For Ghanaian rapper Trix, the animation has influenced a 4 track EP about his life. Dealing with depression, drug and alcohol abuse and self acceptance, the rapper channeled all that energy into a four track EP called Bojack. With snippets from Season 1 Episode 11, Season 3 Episode 10 and Season 3 Episode 11 of the series, the EP Bojack makes for an interesting retrospective. “…because you can’t get more BoJack than Sarah Lynn,” the musician explains.
In anticipation of his new project “African Love Problems”, Trix’s Bojack seems to be a final journal entry before he moves on to the next stage.