Musician and broadcaster Trigmatic (Enoch Nana Yaw Oduro- Agyei) has seen off his maiden headline show for 2019. The “My Life” concert, named after his moving 2008 number, also served as a platform to honour a number of his musical heroes: Hugh Masakela, JA Adofo, and Aka Blay.
Held January 26 at Alliance Française in Accra, the night also witnessed performances from YaaYaa, A.I, NanaYaa, famed flutist, Dela Botri among others.
Special guests of honour who graced the evening included deputy high commissioner of South Africa H.E Thapelo Madumane who also accepted a citation on behalf of Hugh Masekela’s family.
Witnessing a full house, the “My Life” concert will also make stops in Kumasi, Takoradi, Cape Coast , and Tamale.
Trigmatic is often listed among the most versatile and socially conscious voices of his generation. His live performances have also proven a beloved feature about his craft, catapulting him to the first rank of live band practitioners in the country.
Trigmatic has been active since 2007, and has published Stains on a Cloth (mixtape), Permanent Stains, SOUL-u-TIONS, as well as M.A.T.I.C.
He’s also recipient of several laurels including VGMA Best Rapper of the Year (2011) and Record of the Year (2014), Best Dancehall Song of the Year (BASS Awards 2014), Best Special Effect Video (4Syte Music Video awards, 2013), Best Practice Dubai Award, among others.