Entertainment of Friday, 18 May 2018
www.razzonline.com can state unequivocally that, award-winning Ghanaian artiste, C-zar has quit doing music.
C-zar is a unique hiplife artist who takes the use of metaphors and rhymes very seriously.
His songs rely heavily on these elements and Ghanaians embraced his style quite well.
C-zar who referred his styles of music as Hip Cont major breakthrough was in 2007 when he released an album titled ‘Araba Lawson’ which had 8 tracks on cassette and 15 on CD.
‘Araba Lawson’, the title track which featured Ofori Amponsah became an instant hit, earning him several Ghana Music Award nominations.
After taking almost 6- year break from the music scene, he rejuvenated into the scene with a single track titled ‘Sorry’ in 2016.
Just as many showbiz enthusiasts, notably his fans thought the ‘Araba Lawson’ hitmaker had come to replenish his music career, it has emerged that he has eschewed doing music.
Razzonline.com is reliably informed that, C-Zar who Was blending doing music with selling and distributing of electrical appliances decided to quit music with the reason that he was not making bountiful money out of it as compared to selling and distributing of the electrical appliances.
The source further indicated that C-zar in view of this has decided to go into full time selling and distributing of electrical appliances which on Saturday, May 26, 2018, will unveil the biggest electrical appliances shop at Adenta in Accra.