Few musicians have the timeless appeal and poetic skill that Patrick Gogoh, better known by his stage name Tsikago, gives to the perpetually evolving Ghanaian music scene.
Tsikago made his musical comeback lately in an exclusive interview with Nana Adjoa Arthur, the explosive drive-time anchor of Connect FM, following a long break.
In this open discussion, which 1Family Radio observed, Tsikago shared his thoughts on the current state of modern music and announced that he would be making his much-anticipated return to the spotlight with a new song.
Tsikago wasn’t hesitant about sharing his worries about the status of the music industry in the interview.
His dissatisfaction was evident when he talked about how certain upcoming musicians’ songs lacked content and profundity. He made the point that while talent is present, the emphasis on vibrant rhythms and danceable tunes frequently eclipses significant narrative and skilled lyrical writing.
Tsikago underscored the significance of establishing equilibrium between amusement and significant substance in music.
He urged talented young musicians to dig into subjects that speak to them personally and emotionally and to go deeper into their craft.