Tic formally Tic Tac, one of Ghana’s Hip life legends, has voiced out his worry about the fact that Ghanaians seems to have forgotten all his achievements in the music industry.
According to him, when you become known as an artiste in Ghana, you go through different stages of popularity and then you disappear like nothing ever happened.
He made this statement during a press conference to formally pronounce his ‘IamTic Concert’ which is slated for December 21 at the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra
“In Ghana, here once you make a hit you become a star, then a super star, a celebrity and then a legend. After that you drop just like that and then someone takes over.”
Tic voiced his displeasure about how several of his colleagues in the music fraternity have not taken up the mantle of depicting pure Ghanaian music.
“Sometimes I feel they forget the landmark achievements that I have achieved for our country. Sometimes I feel not just Ghanaians but the people in the profession themselves. Like us writers who are supposed to tell a story of what Ghanaian music is. I feel has let us down.” He said.
Tic released his first single album in 1999, ‘Philomina’, which aided him to register his name on the lips of many Ghanaian. But someway somehow, he lost focus and he’s currently counted among the low key rappers in the country who’re struggling to make a comeback.