Come Friday, December 21, popular Ghanaian artiste TiC will host his own concert dubbed ‘IamTiC-Concert’ at the Bukom Boxing Arena, Accra.
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‘IamTiC-Concert’, has quite a number of acts performing to make it one of the fun-filled events of the Yuletide.
Some of the artistes billed to perform at the concert are VVIP, Kuami Eugene, KiDi, Nero X, Tinny, Guru, and Nii Funny.
Other artistes who will also mount the stage too on the day include Prince Bright of Buk Bak fame, Article Wan, Dancehall artiste, AK Songstress, Donzy and Ayesem.
‘IamTiC-Concert’ will not be just be about music, there will be comedy too and to do the honours are boxer, Bukom Banku, comedian DKB and actress Rosemond Brown.
The event would be handled by the founder of Ghana DJ Awards, Mercury Quaye will have DJ Black, Andy Dosty, DJ Kaxtro, DJ Toyoo and DJ Mixx on the turntables to “turn up” the arena.
TiC formerly known as Tic Tac rose to stardom in the early 90s when he was featured by DJ Azigiza Jnr on ‘Woyebia' and later on Slim Busterr’s banger, ‘Masan Aba.’
TiC with an exceptional rap style, released a classic song christened ‘Philomena,’ which took the whole country by storm.
After releasing series of hit songs, he created new path in the country’s music history, by crossing borders to do distinct international collaborations with the Africa’s golden boy, Tony Tetuila and Freddie Meiway, among others.
The invasion continued to Europe and USA when he dropped Kangaroo which video was directed by Gil Green, one of the best directors in the world.
This created the opportunity for him to perform on big platforms like the, SMVAs, AMAs, Rise Festival, BBA, Club African Summer Jam, Party in the Park and headlined the first GMAs among many international shows.
TiC is currently out with two singles ‘Pene Ma Me’ which features KiDi and ‘Kwani Kwani Part 2’ which features another Lynx Entertainment signess, Kuami Eugene.