Rapper Trigmatic shares emotional story; calls himself a “proud” man


The Versatile Trigmatic , one of Ghana’s finest and celebrated rappers, has shared an emotional story of how he would have gone broke if he had focused only on music; calls himself a proud man.

Profoundly referred to as Trig, the rapper has, for the past five years, not had a big song but says he is not bothered by that because he is busy making money in other areas.

In a recent interview with Graphic Showbiz, Trigmatic, who is known for songs such as “My Life”, “Gye Nyame”, and “Gimme That” said jumping on stage is not his priority since he is working on other ventures which is equally bringing in money.

“Jumping on stage is not my priority at the moment. I want to leave a legacy and I know I am on the right path. Apart from my rice business which is doing well, I am also into other things which fetch me money and I am so happy I never boxed myself into doing only music at the time.

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“Very soon, Ghanaians will know what I have been doing behind the scenes. I recently met with Mr Eazi of Nigeria and other big giants in the music industry and something big is about to happen,” he told Graphic Showbiz.

Asked if he would go back to radio, Trigmatic who worked at Vibe FM and YFM for four years, said radio was the last thing he would consider no matter the amount of money he was offered.

Trigmatic on why he left YFM

“I resigned from YFM because I couldn’t continue working for people. It is about time I became my own boss and I am happy where I am now. However, I have held several music business dialogues and I get invitations from other countries to speak on music business. Gradually we are getting there, as for going back to radio I don’t think I will do that,” he told Graphic Showbiz.

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