Tinny is not in agreement with the assumption that veteran musicians are being pushed out of the music scene abruptly by most of the emerging artistes who are doing quite well.
Known in real life as Nii Addo Quaynor, Tinny has revealed that he’s still active in the music scene and he’s been dropping singles quite often.
Tinny, the ‘Makola Kwakwe’ hitmaker and Hiplife legend, in an interview on a Cape-coast based FM station, said that those who are not his fans might conclude that he’s no longer active in the music scene.
He disclosed that he’s about to drop his album next year but in the meantime most of his latest singles are making waves on both radio and TV.
Tinny said “Off course I have been releasing songs and I have been dropping singles. I’m still around and by the grace of God I will be dropping my album next year.”
“So maybe you might not be a big time Tinny fan to be following me on social media otherwise you’d know that I have dropped singles which is being played on radio and shown on TV, he added.
Tinny is a native Ga speaker so he raps in his language and since his debut he has maintained his position as an A-list artiste in Ghana, and has kept his name on top of the music charts.