Ghanaian Music Destroyed Nigerian Music in the 2000’s

I know you don’t believe there was a time where Ghana music topped Nigerian music. It appears there was actually a moment like that in the 2000’s. Ghana music actually destroyed Nigerian music in those days. If you think I’m making this up, continue reading to see what Bra Tic has to say.

Nana Kwaku Okyere Duah Known in showbiz as Tic formerly known as Tic Tac made these revelations in an interview at Bryt TV. Tic is a Ghanaian musician who has a lot of albums to his credit, some of which are Masem, Wope, Most wanted etc. Tic is and has been a relevant artist in the Ghana music industry. When it comes to awards, Tic has eleven Ghana Music Awards to his credit including the ultimate award ‘Musician of the year’ in 2004.

In 2005, Tic had a record nine nominations at the Ghana Music Awards. Tic has also performed alongside international artists such as 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Buju Banton among others. He also had his single “Kangaroo” video reached the MTV Base Africa Chart. Now, let’s head to where you have all been waiting for. The part where Ghana Music destroyed Nigerian music.

Ghanaian musician Tic mention in an interview that, Ghana music destroyed Nigerian music in the 2000’s. He made this revelations on a TV program on Bryt TV named Bryt Extra hosted by the ever amazing MC Yaa Yeboah. He added that there was a time where Bollie was the biggest artist in Nigeria with his song “you may kiss your bride”. Tic also mentioned that, he traveled to Sierra Leone in those days, where the hit song at that time was Mzbel’s “16 years” song.

He however lamented that, things are not the same anymore citing a lot of reasons for the decline in the Ghanaian Music industry. He said that, the Nigerian music industry is booming over the Ghanaian music industry because, Nigerian artists reach out to the relevant places and people to promote their music. He also added that there is a lot of backbiting in the Ghanaian music industry.

The Hiplife/Rap star hinted that he was the first Ghanaian musician to have established a hiplife/rap clothing line named Tic Wear in the year 2000.

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