Ghanaian rapper and singer, Trigmatic has exclaimed that he regrets being a musician in Ghana.
Trigmatic who became a household name almost a decade ago after he released his song ‘My Life’ expressed that the system in Ghana has failed Ghanaian musicians as they don’t get what they rightly deserve whilst plying their trade in Ghana.
In a radio interview on Okay FM, Trigmatic didn’t only complain about poor royalties and the abysmal performance of Ghamro, he also revealed how cooperate organizations disappointed him and didn’t support him during his project.
The versatile and dynamic artist revealed he started a music club to train young people who are daring to enter into music which he has to foot the cost all the time with cooperate institutions not minding him despite several meetings and giving him hope.
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