NOT every new artiste is lucky to get attention with their first single as T-Low is getting with his debut, Anigye.
Released in December last year, Anigye is already receiving appreciable airplay on some radio stations in the capital.
Anigye is a Hiplife song which talks about giving joy to a lady. “It’s about meeting a lady, promising her and eventually marrying her,” T-Low told Showbiz recently.
In the song, he sings and raps making it a delight to listen to as he says sweet nothings to his lover and promises her joy and happiness.
Anigye was produced by Gidi Sig Beats and T-Low, real name Richard Asomaning, tells Showbiz he is currently looking for a record label to sign him on.
“I hope someone will sign me so we can do business together. I am a musician who doesn’t want to be tagged with a particular genre, I do all genres of music so I just want to be known as a musician because I’m versatile. I am very glad Anigye has gained appreciable airplay on some radio stations in the capital,” he said.
T-Low doesn’t just want to be known for his music abilities, he wants to use his talent to cause change and he says he wants to educate the youth about the excessive use of Tramadol and also to promote love and unity among musicians and all Ghanaians.
The old boy of Prempeh College says he tried going into music sometime ago but didn’t have financial support so he concentrated on trading.
Born to the late Hayford Nana Yaw Asomaning and Henrietta Osei-Tutu, T-Low has one brother. He comes from Adwumakaase-Kese in the Ashanti Region.
“Everybody is complaining about money but just relax and listen to my music to destress. The guys should marry the young ladies because my music is about marriage. I am looking forward to coming out with more singles, I have a track called Tramadol and another one about Ghana so watch out for them,” he stated.
(Source: Kofi Duah)
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