A long list of some of Ghana’s hottest artistes have joined the list of acts billed to rock Tic Tac’s Club 2 Club tour which kicks starts November 5 in Tarkoradi.
The list released by the organizers of the tour, TN Records includes VIP, Obrafour, Tinny, Sarkodie, Scientific, Guru, Gyadu Blay Ambulley, Asem, Trigmatic, Jon Germain, Wuta Cobby and Chemphe.
Manning the turntables will be Africa’s hottest and Ghana’s number one DJ, DJ Black, ably supported by DJ Krizz and DJ Champaign. Nigerian sensational DJ, DJ Humility is also expected in the country for the tour.
The 4-destination tour will take Tic Tac to Vienna City Nite Clubs in Takoradi, Kumasi, Accra and Tema, beginning November 5 from Tarkoradi.
Revelers in Kumasi will feel the Tic Tac magic on November 12 when the tour hits Oseikrom. Tema and Accra will have theirs on November 26 and December 3 respectively.
The tour is a pre-album, party and video premiere and it is planned to give fans an opportunity to enjoy the first time showing of the two videos in the Gallo and Feel The Heat.
Tic Tac had told Myjoyonline.com in an interview that the tour, which lays the foundation to his seventh album, Ghana 4 U, is important to him adding, “the number seven means a lot to me because of that we thought of going to the clubs with the music and also giving my fans the opportunity to have that one-on-one interaction for the first time and also see me perform snippets of the tracks they should expect from my upcoming album.”
The album already has two tracks In The Gallo which features Gyadu Blay Ambulley and Feel The Heat also featuring the US-based The Canz and Myshel, enjoying rotations on radio.
Tic Tac also explained that the rationale behind the choice to get close to his fans via the night clubs is that “most of the songs make hits through the clubs and there are some die-hard Tic Tac fans who will always love to go to the club. Such fans are the primary targets.”
Popular tunes such as Fefe ne Efe, Philomena, Kangaroo, Shoddies, and Beware of Dogs by Tic Tac over the years have been the toast of several events and radio plays.