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This past Saturday, Enoch Nana Yaw Oduro- Agyei, known by his stage name Trigmatic marked his tenth year as an artiste with his “My Life Concert”.

 Alliance Francaise in Accra, was a place to be this past weekend, as music lovers experienced African music celebrated in style.The event kick started on a good note, with a touching perfromance from a prodigy named Frankie. After this performance, the mood was set, everyone was calm and anxious at the same time for incremental music moments. 

Cina Soul with her new Jorley song, and D. Black’s Kobla Jnr successively blazed the live instrumentation trail set by Frankie, re-iterating the fact that our African music is best consumed live.

At this point, Frankie, Cina and Kobla had the environment charged up, with the audience thirsting for more. It was only right for the man of the moment to make his foremost appearance, laying several rap lines to the fast paced melody being played by the Safoa band. On and on and on with the rap session, as people chanted ‘Legend’ Legend’, the audience could not help but realise, that, this man standing right here as Trigmatic was adjudged the best rapper at the 2012 VGMA.

As real recognize real, so do legends recognize legends.

Trigmatic presented accolades to Ghanaian Highlife veteran, J. A. Adofo and South Africa’s Hugh Masekela, in honor of their contribution to African music growth and purity. He lamented about the industry not holding in esteem its trailblazers and legends and used the platform to preach about, relentlessly supporting our own.

Highlighting some memorable moments;
  • The performance of Trigmatic and Adofo Jnr in honor of J.A Adofo. 
  • The performance with AI which got everyone emotional as they switched treat the audience to some touching Gosple music. 

  •          Trigmatic’s “where we dey go” performance which got the audience absolutely silent and reflective over life’s happenings. 
  •         Trigmatic performed with his teacher, Dela Botai who could use his nose to play the flute. Genius right?
  •      That Trigmatic, Yaa Yaa, Epixode , AI and Worlasi collaboration for Trigmatic’s 2012 hit single ‘nobody knows tomorrow’ 
       The event was graced by the likes of Abolley, J. A Adofo and the Deputy high commissioner to South Africa and many more. 

All in all, my life concert was simply put: Ghanaian live music at its best and the thirst for a sequel, has just began. Congratulations to Trigmatic, his 10th anniversary in the music industry has been well celebrated.
Here are some more pictures from the event.

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