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Tic Tac Is Back…I Have Not Lost My Saltiness – Tic Tac Promises His Fans   
 
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24-Oct-2014  
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Many music fanatics have raised questions about the life of musicians when they are off the stage with some claiming that musicians in Ghana turn to fade away too quickly when their music is no more topping review charts.

However, few musicians have defied the norm and have taken on some business ventures to keep them relevant and waiting for their return into the music scene.

One such musician who has set himself apart in this regard is multiple award-winning artiste; Tic Tac, known in private life as Nana Kweku Duah.

Though he’s been off the music scene for quite some time now, the name of this music icon; Tic Tac, still rhymes in the minds of several music fans in the nation. An up-close interview with the 'Fefenefe' hit maker revealed some of his closed-door dealings to Peacefmonline.com.

When asked what has kept him busy since he jumped into the limelight about 15 years ago, the hip life icon disclosed that he has taken on a business venture to commercialize his brand.

He said; “I am currently busy, occupying myself with ventures that create employment opportunities for young people in the society” and further added that as ambassador for the World Food Program, he has been fighting the war against hunger strike.

He however indicated that he has not retired from his music career and that he has already prepared his 7th album which is yet to take Ghana’s entertainment industry by storm.

Tic Tac has to his credit a new single dubbed “Don’t let go”, produced by sound engineer, Laxio beats. The single which is a mix of traditional African rhythms sounds promising and may be the pill to solve the long absence of this music idol.

“It was about time he expressed his feeling on the subject where partners undermine the value of each other until the relationship is no more and wants to concentrate on his other side, which is singing and utilize the African rhythm to its full effect…” he stated.
Tic Tac promises his fans of a major comeback.
 
 
Source: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi/Peacefmonline.com
 
 

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