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Music wasn’t my dream career, I had always wanted to be a lawyer -Tic

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Hiplife musician Nana Kwaku Okyere Duah popularly known as Tic and formerly Tic Tac has disclosed in an interview with Mona Gucci on Kantanka TV that his childhood dream was to become a lawyer and not a musician.

According to the veteran Ghanaian hiplife musician, the boyhood ambition of him wearing the lawyers uniform till date is still a burning desire and in no time will fight hard to actualize that dream.

“I was trying to become a lawyer so I wanted to do General Arts”, Tic stated during the interview.

Speaking with host Mona Gucci, Tic revealed that the musical talent started soon after entering the Senior High School at Labone in Accra, Greater Accra’s Regional Capital.

The ‘Pene Ma Me’ hitmaker, further disclosed that though he still has a dream to accomplish for now he is a full-time musician and also a businessman.

He was quick to add that he would want to go into law at some point so long as he has the strength to pull him through.

“I always got plans to further the law just that I am not activated yet, but you know life you can switch at any time and I’m still thinking there is a possibility so that may happen”.

In the history of Ghana’s Music, Tic arguably can be listed as one of the many musicians who have stayed relevant for a decade and over. His songs still gains the massive airplay.


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