It’s evident with his recently released singles that Trigmatic is charting a different path, call it a higher calling it’s in effort to ignite change and a more conscious stage of mind with the release of Where We Dey Go and his upcoming single ‘Something Dey’.

Osagyefo’s Night is a the start of an annual concert to be held on the eve of Nkrumah’s birthday which also happens to be a national holiday in Ghana. The concert is to celebrate the life, legacy and values that Nkrumah believed in.

Trigmatic will take guests on a musical journey, performing songs from his own catalogue as well as that of other African greats like Fela Kuti, Hugh Masekela & Youssou Ndour. There will also be performances from guests artists, Kankam, Sollo 7, Yaa Yaa & new acts MaaYaa as well as saxophonist Ekow Joe.

The event is set to take place on Thursday 20th of September at +233 Jazz Bar & Lounge.



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