Enoch Nana Yaw Oduro- Agyei known in showbiz as Trigmatic has expressed his interest in making big changes in the music industry when he attains an advanced position.
According to him, even though he does not want to sit back and be a spectator, these kinds of changes cannot be done without attaining a certain position.
During an interview with award-winning DJ, Advicer on Happy FM’s ‘Ayekoo’ after drive show, he said, “Now when I get that chance, there’s so much I would love to change about our industry currently, but you need a certain position to do that, I would not sit back and not want to partake.”
For now the rapper and songwriter is making efforts in his capacity to make the music industry better.
“I still do in a way; I have the ‘Matic’ music club which teaches kids to play music instruments and other subjects using music. They are also taught coding for music, folklore through music and so many things,” he revealed.
“It’s a start, I’ve done so many community building and trainings here and there, I’ve trained a few teachers. In May I got about seven music researches from Spain to come and teach my teachers and in January I’m getting two from Canada. There will be another batch in March. Currently we are under the global leaders program,” he added.
Trigmatic has won many awards in and outside Ghana. In 2012 he won an Honorary Award in Recognition of Outstanding Recognition to Entertainment in Ghana (National Recognition).
Trig may run for the Music Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) presidency soon with his vision for the industry.
By: Susan Amoako Agyemang