Ghanaians Will Have A Different Feel Of Me After ‘IamTic’ Concert – Tic

Ghanaians Will Have A Different Feel Of Me After ‘IamTic’ Concert – Tic

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Fabled, Tic, formerly known as Tic Tac says Ghanaians should expect massive explosion at the first edition of his event dubbed ‘IamTiC – Concert’ which is set to rock Ghana and the world at large. 

The concert which is scheduled to take place on Friday, December 21 at the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra, according to the hiplife legend, will be used to usher in the Christmas Festivity and also re-announce his authority in the music industry, with a brand that has seen two decades. 

Elaborating on the rationale behind the concert, Tic said he was motivated after embarking on a campaign to various clubs and pubs and coming to the realisation that his music is still relevant. 

“This show will help me to not just introduce my new brand to my fans but also allow them to have a feel of me. The ‘IamTic’ concert will have people going back home with that notion that they have had a proper feel of me and I get to stick with them.” 

The “Masan Aba” hitmaker is also expected to use the concert to take music lovers down memory lane, as he has promised a throwback. 

The event will bring together individuals and lovers of, hip-hop and hiplife music as well as witness performances from some of the country’s finest artistes. 

Bound to be a show with magical and fiery performances from an incredible line-up of Ghanaian music icons, ‘organisers are looking forward to an extraordinary concert’ he stated. 

Tic rose to musical fame in the early 90s in the era of ‘Woy3bia’ when Africa’s number one DJ Azigiza Jnr, featured the young chap. He later dropped his masterpiece with Slim Buster titled ‘Masan Aba’. 

He knocked Ghanaians off their feet when he later released one of the classic records ever to come out of Ghana dubbed ‘Philomena’. Tic is known for songs such as ‘Shodies’, ‘Serwaa Akoto’, ‘Beware Of Dogs’, ‘Mbaa 4Mula’, ‘Santrofi’, and ‘Anomaa’.






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