Ghanaian musician Trigmatic has announced that he is bowing out of radio.
The musician who is also a radio presenter at YFM in Accra made the announcement on Thursday morning.
“Radio’s been a huge part of my life. I’m blessed to have been able to share it with you. Today, I’m bowing out of radio to fully embrace my passion for music. Thanks for all the support both on & off air; from you the listeners to my fellow artists, DJs, my copresenters & employers. You’ve given me memories I’ll forever be grateful for. Let’s make this next chapter the greatest one yet. God Bless!,” he wrote.
Trigmatic has been doing music alongside radio and has performed well in both areas.
Recently, he held the ‘My Life’ concert where he paid tributes to South African artiste Hugh Masekela , highlife giant J.A. Adofo and ace guitarist Aka Blay.
He has songs like ‘Motromodwo,’ ‘Where We Dey Go’, ‘Sika Nti’, among others.