Dansoman rapper Yaw Nanna brings back the golden age with “DC Freestyle”

Rapper Yaw Nanna might be new on Ghana showbiz scene, but he sounds straight out of the Dansoman Hiplife golden era with his latest freestyle titled “DC Freestyle”. It’s no doubt that Dansoman was once the home of Hiplife and the suburb of Accra has churned out some of the best musicians the country has […]

Tic Tac Live at Piano Bar, October 27!

The Piano Bar at Teshie will on Friday, October 27, come alive, as multiple award winner, Tic Tac, enthralls music lovers with amazing songs from his repertoire. The show dubbed “Tic Tac Live in Concert” will see revelers have a musical experience of a lifetime. According to Tic Tac, in an interview with the media, […]

VIDEO: Rashida – Tic Tac

Here’s a video to rapper Tic Tac’s highlife single Rashida. Recently performed live for the BBC, it follows do all –his partnership with protege Pappy Kojo. Rashid  was directed by 5teven Films for TN Records (TNR). Watch it below:

Tic Tac for MUSIGA presidency

Veteran hiplife act Tic Tac ( born Kwaku Otchere Duah), has registered to Kumasi-based Luv FM, his intentions of leading the Musicians Union of Ghana in the near future. Currently led by Bice Osei Kuffour (Obour), the organisation has constantly come under criticism for unfavourable conditions in the music industry, most recently, for the flop of […]

LISTEN: Do All – Tic Tac ft. Pappy Kojo

Rapper Tic Tac outdoors his latest single featuring Fante rapper Pappy Kojo. Produced by Guilty Beatz, the song celebrates their achievements in the industry. Listen below:

TicTac talks life after mainstream appreciation & food chain business

Many have asked questions about the life of musicians when they are off the stage with some attesting that musicians in Ghana turn to fade away too quickly when their music is not topping review charts. However, few musicians have defied the norm and have taken on some business ventures to keep them relevant while […]

#ENewsGhINTERVIEWS: TIC TAC bemoans lack of support for local artistes

Hiplife artist, Tic Tac, has in an interview with enewsgh.com, bemoaned the lack of support for local artistes. Among other things, he’s told this website that while colleague musicians in other countries are given the push in whichever form they need, those down here are constantly abused, side-stepped and overlooked. “We Ghanaians build stars just so […]

‘Hiplife survived on passion, not money’ – Tic Tac

The introduction of the Hiplife movement and its growth in the 90s and early 2000s in Ghana was fuelled by something more than money. According Tic Tac, one of the pioneering artists who took the genre global, the movement survived mainly on the passion of the artists and their promoters to grow and become that […]