They say childhood is the age of dreams and this scenario fits best in the life of Nana Kwaku Okyere Duah popularly known as Tic and formerly Tic Tac considering the turn-up of events in his life.
In the voice of Tic in chit-chat with Mona Gucci on Kantanka TV, as a child, he wanted to become a lawyer when he grows up, but from all indications, the idea can never be materialized.
Thus, his ambition was to become a lawyer and not a musician. He discovered his musical talent after he entered his second cycle school at Labone in the Greater Accra Region.
“I was trying to become a lawyer so I wanted to do General Arts”. According to him, though he could not study law at his youthful age, he still has the ambition to become a lawyer.
“I always got plans to further the law just that I am not activated yet, but you know the life you can switch at any time and I’m still thinking there is a possibility so that may happen,” he said adding that, for now, he is a full-time musician and also a businessman but would want to go into law at some point so long as he has life.
Historically, Tic is one of the greatest Hiplife musicians who has been relevant for more than a decade from 1995 till date with a unique style of rap.