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Video: Hiplife artiste Thugging Low discusses his business and how Covid-19 is affecting the Ghanaian music industry

By Mutala Yakubu
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Richard Kwaku Sarpong Asomaning also known as T. Low a fast-rising Hiplife artiste has discussed the effect Covid-19 is having on his musical career.

He also talked about how he is mixing business with music. The Dansoman based artiste is a big-time businessman who deals in spare parts.

He runs two shops at Darkuman but as a lover of music, he is blending the two.

Speaking exclusively to Prime News, he advised Ghanaians on some of the safety measures to adopt to avoid contracting the deadly Covid-19.

He recently organised an Independence Day pool party at the Yegoala Hotel in Dansoman which saw many young folks troop in to witness.

READ ALSO: Photos/Video: Hiplife artiste Thugging Low shuts down DC with Independence Day pool party

He used the opportunity to advise the youth on the effects of Tramadol and also called for a peaceful election.

As an icon in Dansoman, he is planning on helping to create more awareness about Covid-19 as he has even released a song that educates people on the deadly virus.