Trigmatic, the Ghanaian musician who has also worked with Accra-based Y FM as a broadcaster of many year, has announced his retirement from radio to fully concentrate on music.
“Radio’s been a huge part of my life. I’m blessed to have been able to share it with you. Today, I’m bowing out of radio to fully embrace my passion for music,” a statement on his official Facebook page begins.
“Thanks for all the support both on & off air; from you the listeners to my fellow artists, DJs, my co-presenters & employers. You’ve given me memories I’ll forever be grateful for. Let’s make this next chapter the greatest one yet. God Bless!” he concluded.
The news comes as a surprise to many of his fans and industry colleagues, seeing how masterfully he has juggled these two disciplines since the start of his career.
Widely respected for his versatility, Trigmatic (privately known as Enoch Nana Yaw Oduro- Agyei) has been active since 2007, and has published critically acclaimed bodies of work including Stains on a Cloth (mixtape), Permanent Stains, SOUL-u-TIONS, and 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.
34, 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.
He runs Da Trig Entertainment, the independent label he founded, and also has interests in agriculture. Weeks ago, he dispatched the “My Life Concert,” his maiden headline show for 2019. He also released a remix of the 2018 song he named the concert after. Produced by Genius Selections, the joint guests A.I, Worlai, and M.anifest.
The “My Life” concert, per the singer, will also make stops in Kumasi, Takoradi, Cape Coast , and Tamale.