Tic, formerly Tic Tac, a celebrated hiplife veteran, has disclosed how he assisted other musicians in breaking into the international music arena.
According to him, a deal he made with his label Goodies Music Production in the early 2000s compelled him to take other label artists overseas after collaborating with Tony Tetuila.
In an interview with Citi TV’s Upside Down, the rapper claimed to be the first Ghanaian hiplife artist to break into Nigeria.
Tic had become a household name in Africa’s largest market with the release of his very popular duet with Tony Tetuila, titled “Fe Fe Ne Fe.”
VIP, Mzbel, and Sidney all made breakthroughs in Nigeria with their respective songs Ahomka Wo Mu, 16 Years, and African Money. These songs were a great hit in Nigeria.
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In other news, Ghanaian actor, Oboy Siki has surprisingly revealed that the only time he has respect for women is when he is ready to sleep with them.
According to him, he has no regard for anyone in the world, especially if that person is born of a woman like himself.
Speaking in an interview with Zionfelix, the actor emphasized that once you are human like him, he has no regard for you and so talks to people anyhow.
Oboy Siki made an exception for ladies, saying that when he is ready to have s3k with them, he will show some respect to them, but…continue reading.