M.anifest has somewhat allayed the curiosity of the Ghanaians who might have questioned why Tsatsu Tsikata, the son of one of Ghana's best-known lawyers, chose to pursue a career in music rather than follow in his father's legal footsteps.

said during an interview with the GTV Breakfast Show that he has always been interested in the legal field because his family is made up of attorneys.

You still have time. I would not want to work as an entertainment lawyer if I wanted to practice law. “I'm going to practice law differently,” he said.

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Despite his interest in the legal field, M. Alifest also admitted that he hasn't had the desire to practice law for over ten years.

“The law has never made me hate it.” Just because it wasn't my route doesn't mean I should never consider it. Simply put, one can have a different attitude.

He stated that people's lives will not always be free of difficulties and gave some suggestions to individuals working in the creative sector.

“To all the creatives out there, it matters just as much that you do the things you enjoy and keep doing them. “You need to take breaks before you get bored and start operating automatically,” he continued.

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Source: Dklassgh.com