Ghanaian highlife music act, Theophilus Kofi Nti has debunked rumours that he has quit music.
Speaking in an interview on Republic FM’s Artiste Profile with Nana Effah, he stated categorically that he is rather caught up with preparations towards the provision of something melodious for Ghanaians which he intends to release in December.
“There are new talents with variety of music in the industry. I need to sit back and make some few amendments before I come out”, he said.
Kofi Nti began his music career after his Secondary school education at Koforidua Secondary Technical School where he was known as a star player in table tennis.
In 2002, he released his first album entitled “Wake Up” to a moderately warm reception. His second album, however did much better and featured collaborations from other popular Ghana musicians including KK Fosu, and Ofori Amponsah.
Kofi Nti for sometime has disappeared in the music space which has perturbed his music lovers.
“Although I have been caught up in this preparation for a long time, it is to add a little spice to my talent in order to give Ghanaians the best”, he said.
He added that his fans should remember him in prayers and support him just as they have always done to give them nothing but the best listenership.