Trigmatic regrets not collaborating with Fuse ODG & Wizkid

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Fri, 19 Feb 2016 Source: ghanavibes.com

Nana Yaw Oduro, popularly known as Trigmatic regrets not collaborating with Wizkid and Fuse ODG when he had the chance to.

The ‘Gbedu’ singer told Arnold Mensah Elavanyo on Vibes in 5, he underestimated the potential of the named artistes hence his decision not to work with them.

According to Trigmatic, during his early days in the industry he had the opportunity to meet Nigerian music artist, Wizkid when he traveled to Lagos.

He also missed the chance to do a collaboration with Award-winning Ghanaian hiplife artist Fuse ODG when he traveled to London.

“I was in Lagos when i met Wizkid, his manager was also my friend but I couldn’t do a collabo with him and the same thing happened with fuse ODG, I missed that opportunity as well because i thought at that time they were not in the lime light but it was a wrong decision I made.”

Trigmatic, known for his great tunes and live performances, also disclosed that doing radio has impacted positively on his life.

“Radio has offered me a lot in life especially networking with lots of people and the facts that I can play my own song on air but music gave me the breakthrough.”

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Source: ghanavibes.com