Trigmatic Lauds Stonebwoy’s Evolution As An Artist

It’s kinda unique for a creative to shower praises on his trendy counterpart but rapper/radio host Trigmatic has some heartfelt utterances of fondness for Afro-Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy and exhorts him not to quit but keep going like a bat out of hell.

Trigmatic believes the Burniton Music record label bankroller has chalked attainments and is flourishing in his music career and that momentarily, Ghanaians will appreciate his hard work over decades.

Seating down with Accra-based entertainment newspaper Graphic Showbiz in a recent interview, Trigmatic confesses openly that not many thespians in Ghana have been able to earn what Stonebwoy has been able to execute.

 “I admire how Stonebwoy is growing. His collaborations with all over the world with top artists to winning some of the best awards most musicians desire to have.

“He might not even notice the work he has done but for some of us who have watched his growth from scratch, we know the investment he has made in his music career and his contributions to the music industry.    

  “I want to urge Ghanaian musicians to learn from him. It has been an improvement from one year to the other and it takes a talented musician to do that. This is not to say the other musicians are not working but Stonebwoy is getting everything right,” he said.                                          

According to the Rapper turned farmer who worked with ‘1GAD’ on his song, ‘Body’, the Tuff Seed hitmaker is a weighty artiste who puts in more work when embarking on a project.

“I invited him for a collaboration and he did justice to the song without taking a penny and I admired him for that” he sounded.           

 Aside from that, Trigmatic used the chance to confide he has been holding master classes for aspiring rookies to learn more about the craft.

He mentioned that he is constantly motivated to assist the young ones to understand everything about music so that they don’t make the missteps their forerunners made.         

 “I always want to contribute to the development of Ghanaian music by helping in any small way and I believe my impact has been felt on the young ones who have attended my master class programme”, he summed up.                                 

Bred Enock Nana Yaw Oduro- Agyei, Trigmatic has been in the music space for close to a decade and he is notable for hit songs like Gye Nyame, My Life, My Joley, Aajeeii, Motromodwo, Light and Darkness, Sika Nti, Hold Yuh Riddim and Where We Dey Go.


Story By Edem Latsu Nukafu


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