Radio Did More Harm To My Music Career Than Good – Rapper Trigmatic

Enoch Nana Yaw Oduro-Agyei, known in showbiz as Trigmatic has publicly made known his decision to quit his career on radio and go back to his first love which is music.

The Ghanaian rapper and songwriter in an interview on Starr Fm’s Drive Show with Kofi Okyere Darko [KOD] and Cookietee, said there is a lot more involved with radio than meets the eye.

Trigmatic plainly acknowledged that his journey on radio has in no way been easy since he has been physically and psychologically exhausted. When asked why he did not opt to manage both careers instead, he answered: “Let me be very honest; radio is very draining.”

The hitmaker of ‘My Life, further stated that arriving at his decision to give up on radio was not an easy nor pleasant one; “At a point in your life you would have to take a firm decision. And it doesn’t necessarily have to be pleasant. It must hurt for you to take a bold decision you need to feel the pain. And it wasn’t too easy for me to take that decision”

Going beyond all odds to keep his name and position in Ghana’s entertainment industry, Trigmatic revealed that his strength as a person and his determination to be noticed mainly by his hard work and good deeds is what has kept him going for this long despite the many challenges he has had to face during his career in radio.

“Psychologically it was breaking me. I’m a strong guy I must say, because some of the things that the artistes and artist managers will throw at you, knowing that I am an artist and I am a good artist at that matter, it took strength. Sometimes I have to comport myself.” He said

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