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Tom D’Frick pours out his truth, love and suffering in 'Trinity' tape (LISTEN)

Tom D’Frick has once again lived up to expectation as one of the real and open minded Ghanaian acts who are not shy to use their real life stories to make music.

Tom D’Frick pours out his truth, love and suffering in 'Trinity' tape (LISTEN)

The fearless, outspoken, confident and affluent Ghanaian rapper has dropped a new music project he named 'Trinity' that sees him talking about the truth, love and suffering. In an interview with pulse.com.gh, Tom disclosed that he titled this EP after his real name.

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"My real name is Trinity that is what a lot of people don't know so I decided to name this EP after myself because it also has three songs that says a lot about myself, the reality and message to the society" Tom D'Frick said.

The new musical project by the artiste, born Barclain Oridge Samuel McTrinity Abusah, comes after over 8 successful exhibitions under his belt.

'Truth Finder', 'All Love', and 'Suffer' all produced by one of Ghana'a best sound engineers, ATOWN TSB, make up the three songs on the 'Trinity' EP released by the latest signed artist to the Stubborn Academy record label.

Talking about the songs, Tom said 'All Love' is about 'people stabbing you at the back but you don't pay them back with what they have done to you'.

Shedding light on 'Truth Finder' as well in the video below, the richest new signed act to a label in Ghana, adds that 'all that people say about you, you don't have to pay attention to it because you know your truth'.

Tom D'Frick focuses on the sensual nature of art, aiming to depict the complication of life through a combination of music and a lifestyle that appealing to many across the world.

Born at Ecowas Road, Aflao, in Ghana’s border town placed in the Ketu Municipal of the Volta Region, Tom D’Frick has been combining business and music for some years now.

His music career caught the attention of many after winning Volta Music Awards Hip-hop Song of the year in 2020. Apart from collaborating with Medikal, Tulenkey and others, he gained wider attention from Ghanaians, after the release of songs like “Fella Freestyle, Truth, 89, The Cypher, Debaters”.

Stream his 'Trinity' tape below and don't forget to leave your reviews in the comment section.

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