Three superstars who were best friends in the Ghana Creative Arts industry photo has popped up on social media that usually reminds people what they achieved. A photo captured the late Kwame Owusu Ansah of Ghanaian Movie Industry, highlife artists Obrafour and Tic Tac. This photo can be attributed the past memories of old relationship that exist among our legends.
In the photo, three of them were wearing big trousers and shirt. This kind of dressing reminds us what was trending in the 1990s.
However, a tragic death hit Ghanaians on 2 May, 2008. When actor Kwame Owusu Ansah had an accident on the Tema Motorway in Accra. Kwame contributed a lot in the Ghana Movie Industry who featured in about 60 movies prior to his death in 2008.
Obrafour and Tic Tac are still alive contributing to the Music Industry. Obrafour won 3 awards during 2000 edition of Ghana Music Awards with his popular and hit debut album "Pae Mu Ka". He has a unique style of "twi" rapping and storytelling.
Tic Tac has been the recipient of eleven Ghana Music Awards. But now sells pork for a living as a result of his deteriorating music career in Ghana Music Industry.
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