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Music, farming and an extra company has made me comfortable- Trigmatic

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Ghanaian musician, Trigmatic has expressed the need for creatives to have other sources of income aside their crafts.

Trigmatic, who is currently serving as a member of the National Folklore Board told Graphic Showbiz in an interview that having a good management team alongside other businesses has made him very comfortable.

“Now, music is not just about talent, you need to have the right things in place to be a successful musician. A musician should have the right management team, good distribution deals and media promotion to complete the package,” he said.

“Apart from music, I am into farming and my company also does events which fetch a lot of money. Combining these three jobs makes me comfortable,” he added.

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In a letter dated February, 3, President Akufo-Addo appointed Trigmatic as a member of the Governing Body of National Folklore Board.

The governing body has Madam Bernice Ann Deh-Kumah, Executive Director of National Folklore Board; Madam Yaa Attafua, Copyright Administrator; Mr Enoch Yaw Oduro-Agyei (Trigmatic); Mr Philip Boakye Dua Oyinka; Madam Amy Frimpong; Madam Joseph Ohene-Osei, and Madam Sarah Norkor Anku as members.

 

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