Nana Kwaku Okyere Duah aka known as Tic Tac is an award winning Hiplife musician from Ashanti Region, Ghana.
When the Hiplife music was introduced in Ghana in the 90s and early 2000s it was more than money.
Hiplife music was a passion that time, an artist’s perform from their hearts, but as we can see now a days it has become a market, a lucrative business today.
Talking on a morning show Citi Breakfast with Bernard Avle in the build up to Decemba 2 Rememba, powered by Citi FM and Airtel, he shared his life story about this art that how Ghanaians and the world has a love for it.
He added, I started my music when I am in a secondary school, something from class 6 and in 1996 I got into the mainstream. But, as a professional I begin my career in 1999/2000 when I graduate from secondary school.
Abraham Ohene Gyan was the first person who gave me the chance as a professional. I had a group known as Naty Strangers, when started we were three and later we become four, he explained.
To be honest, the music is not my first choice, I always wanted to be a lawyer because I want to express myself.
I want to become a lawyer but I rather become a musician. Another way to express myself and my parents really supported me throughout my life. I used to inform my dad that I want to practice with the fish band in my neighborhood.
The fish band really helped me and I got a chance from there. My parents also support me, they make sure that as long as I will be a good boy I can continue my passion for music.
My passion for Hiplife music is so huge and today I think I got the results.
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