Ghanaian musician, popularly known as Tic, has held his maiden meet-and- network session dubbed: “TIC200fansconnekt” at the FireFly Lounge in Accra.
The Pene Mame hit-maker with some colleagues in the music industry also graced the event as fans connected to these veteran musicians.
Present at the event were Ezy, Abeiku Santana, Abrewa Nana, Panji Anoff, Mzvee, Kidi, Kuami Eugene among others.
Speaking at the event formerly Tic Tac but now Tic revealed reasons why he changed his showbiz name from Tic Tac to Tic.
According to him, “well nothing has really changed with showbiz name but I believe many fans can relate to Tic, which many used to call me Tic Tac but this is the new brand Tic and I thank you all for showing me much love”.
He explained that TIC200fansconnekt is basically to connect with ‘you fans let’s share some ideas and how best we can push the new brand Tic”.
Born Nana Kwaku Okyere Duah better known as Tic (Tic Tac) started performing in 1997 with a group called ‘Naatty strangers’. He reached a wider audience when he was featured on Azigiza’s song ‘Woye Bia’, which was a hit in Ghana.
He did a lot of collaborations with Slim Buster and Daasebre Gyamena of blessed memory.
In 1999 Tic released his debut solo album, ‘Philomina’, which helped him to register his name on the lips of many Ghanaians. Currently, he’s out with a new single titled “Pene Mame” which featured Kidi.
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