Ghanaian songwriter and rapper, Kwame Ametepe Tsikata, popularly known as M.anifest, has opened up on what he has been doing during the COVID-19 season.
Speaking to Bernard Avle on The Point of View on Citi TV on Wednesday, he noted that in spite of all the negative effects that came with the pandemic, he was able to turn “tragedy to triumph”.
According to the ‘God MC’, he used the time to hone his music production skills.
“I have had to redevelop skills as a musician. When I began my career, I was recording, mixing, and doing all my stuff at home myself. Now, as you progress in life, professionally you meet other people who are competent at it and who are now doing everything for you.
Now, I am re-learning some of those tools. It’s almost like I’m back to Music 101,” he said.
“We have to turn tragedy to triumph. There is no way I am going to be at home and just be sleeping and eating as much as I’m tempted to instead of developing skills because life will resume,” he added.
M.anifest is one of the celebrities who used their social media handles to sensitise the public on the coronavirus pandemic.
He specifically, urged people not to be engulfed with fear, and also always adhere to the precautionary measures.
Credit : Kwame Dadzie ,Citinewsroom