Ghanaian musician Nana Yaw Oduro well known as Trigmatic has asked musicians in Kumasi to be united.
The rapper who was amazed at the number of talents he met during a recent visit to the city prior to his My Life Concert believes the inability of the great talents within the city to blow is as a result of disunity.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with NY DJ on #RYSENSHYNE on Y102.5FM, Trigmatic said;
“I think Kumasi needs a united front. All the artists here need to have one mind. First of all, need to believe in yourself. The kind of songs I heard are too dope to be kept here alone. The nation must hear about it…”
He however advised artists to put in the exact same work others are doing elsewhere.
“Put in the same exact production work, same promotional work, put it in the money as as the boys out there do. Why is difficult to travel 4 hours from Kumasi to Accra or Tamale to run promotions?”
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Trigmatic recently released a new single Aka K33 Moko.