There Is Nothing Wrong In Featuring Young Acts To Stay Relevant- Tinny

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Veteran hiplife  artiste Tinny has disclosed that he sees nothing wrong with featuring  young talented artists who have succeeded in the industry.

According to Tinny, he doesn’t see why he should he feel too big to work with young acts like Kuami Eugene, KiDi or King Promise and others.

“I don’t have any problem at all featuring these young ones on my songs because they are the hottest musicians at the moment and any good business person will do the same. They are doing extremely well, I must recommend them for that.

“More so, most of these young ones approach me to feature on their songs because I have paid my dues in the Hiplife industry,” he told Graphic Showbiz in a recent interview.

Tinny added that after the release of his track “Kojo Besia” in October last year, he was preparing for a major comeback this year before Coronavirus ruined his plans.

“We all know what COVID-19 has done to everything around the world. I am equally affected because I had a lot of projects I intended embarking on this year but everything has come to a standstill because of the virus,” he said.

Tinny, real name Nii Addo Quaynor, has been in the music industry for close to two decades and has released songs such as Maamle, Dzormo, Ringtone, Makola Kwakwe, Anaconda, Obi Do Ba, Badder Than Them, Who Say Man No Dey among others.


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