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Figga Is Back In Ghana…He Tells His Story 1/16/2007
Swazi based hiplife Ghanaian wants to officially announce to Ghanaians that he is back in his homeland – Ghana. “I know the Europeans want something good from me so I am in my country to deliver something good to them.”

Lanky Inspector Figga may still be largely unknown to mainstream audiences, but in his mind he''''s already living the life of a superstar.

“This is an album that will go far and set a pace in so many countries music industries”, he said about the new album.

Judging from Figga''''s debut appearances, he has no problem introducing himself to the world.

Inspector Figga talks about subject that pleases the ears and which will also make the whole world sing along to. He defines music as a piece of song that pleases the ears, so he always makes sure he pleases his listeners when they listen to his songs.

“Kutre Father”, the nine track album that is emerging from the fire, maintains Figga''''s vision of a sound that can appeal to all races in the world.

Under the production of MOC, Figga has recorded four songs with sound engineer of the year, Appietus with unconfirmed top artistes.

Inspector Figga has been not been in the music scene for a long time, but has been able to earn a sizable following in Swaziland and Ghana while allowing his popularity to bubble up slowly but knows his future is so dazzling especially with this album.

Inspector Figga is receiving much love from show promoters because he headlined shows and because he has good songs.

There are no official tour plans yet, but Inspector Figga might go on an African and European tour to introduce his kind of music to the rest of the world under Ashanti Culture Music Production (ACMP).

For someone who says your ears will always develop your mind towards a good music, Inspector Figga is coming out strong with his debut single, “Kutre Fathers” to which he is a personal victim.

He also adds that “Ghanaian musicians in Swaziland are not serious but those in Ghana are serious but don’t get the necessary push”.

Now he just needs his fans to embrace him, and he''''s hopeful that they will. To end it all, he said that whatever you find yourself doing, do it well.

He could be reached on 233 27 564 4638 for more informations about him.

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