Ace Ghanaian rapper, Enoch Nana Yaw Oduro-Agyei, well known in music showbiz as Trigmatic has revealed that he has regretted doing music.
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According to him, he has not received the necessary support he needed from other industry players especially from the media.
Speaking in an interview on Okay FM with Halifax Addo on the Best Entertainment show, he has devoted his time and effort in promoting Ghanaian music by nurturing young talents but even with that, his songs were not played on radio.
The founder of the Matic Club said that he was paying some of his music colleagues to teach young folks who have developed interests in doing music as well as buying instruments for them.
Trigmatic said that he needed the necessary support from other industry players as an encouragement to do more for the industry by raising talents but he was snubbed and at some point, he felt like quitting.
He bemoaned that most industry players and cooperative bodies he met with in executing this initiative praised him for his brilliant ideas but none was willing to support because it wasn’t beneficial to them financially.
Another thing the rapper stressed on was the incompetency of the Ghana Rights Organization (GHAMRO) influenced his decision not to renew his membership with them after it expired.
He further advised other members of GHAMRO to ask the necessary questions and insist that their rights are not infringed.
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