Breaking News: Tic Tac Makes Ghana Proud &...
When we talk of artistes who have crossed the borders of Ghana to the international world, Tic Tac is no exception.
Hear this: Not many were called. Only a few were chosen to feature on Puma Africa?s compilation album. I am proud to announce to you that Tic Tac is the only Ghanaian and if not mistaken from West Africa to be featured on this album titled ?The African Game? in aid of the charity UNITED AFRICA and coincides with the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany.
The album features other big artistes in the world like Akon, John Legend, Baaba Maal and the Roots.
He has been featured on The African Village, which celebrates and showcases the vibrancy and diversity of London?s African communities through music, arts, culture, literature, food and film.
The Village features a range of artists from across the African Diaspora and displaying the diversity of East, North, South, West and Central African music.
Kudos to Tic Tac for making Ghana proud.
By Kevin Adisi, Ghana Music.com
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Wutah who have had Ghana at their feet and ladies scream and swoon anytime they perform will be doing a remix of their hit song ?Goosy Gander? with one of Jamaican reggae greats soon.
Wutah, with their good voice and dynamism equaling to a good album have been able to carve a niche for themselves thus it comes as no surprise if they are recognized in Jamaica. Who knows? The next collaboration might be with Sizzla, Lutan Fyah, Jah Cure, Vybz Kartel, Bescenta, Gentleman and others.
I am looking forward to that.
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He is following K.K Fosu through the exit. I am wondering where the ragga touches will come from.