My Music Should Live On Even When I Die – Trigmatic
The sensational young artiste, Trigmatic also known as Nana Yaw Oduro Adjei has revealed that he wants his music to live on even when he dies.
‘I want Trigmatic as a full package to live on and on and on. I don’t want my music to die. I don’t want the kind of music that has a shelf life. I want my music to live, even if I am not alive, the music has to stay. I have to be like Bob Marley or Michael Jackson.’
Speaking on Citi FM with Jessica Opare Safo, Trigmatic said Ghana’s music industry needed additional efforts to make it more successful and appealing to people.
‘I think a lot needs to be done on the side of artistes, on the side of management, on the side of production, promoters, to make the music industry successful.’
In his opinion, more attention should be paid to the content of Ghanaian music to improve its quality.
‘People would only buy what they see or hear or feel etc. You cannot compromise with quality, even if it is a party track do it right,’ he said.
Commenting on some charity projects he had undertaken in some parts of the country, he encouraged other musicians to take up the task of providing the needs of the disadvantaged in the society.
He stated that if musicians were serious with their work, people would also take their music seriously.
‘If you don’t do your job right, no one will think you are serious.’
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