Trigmatic and the some members and teachers of Matic Music Club paid a courtesy call on the Acting Director of the National Folklore Board, Nana Adjoa Adobea Asante at the National Folklore Board at the W. E. B. DuBois Centre in Accra on September 13.
The Matic Music Club added on the government partnership to increase its efforts in getting more students to study the art of music. Earlier this year, the club hosted musicians from Spain’s local government.
The award-winning rapper, Trigmatic launched the Matic Music Club in September 2017, with the aim of using music to groom children and develop their motor skills.
The Folklore Board announced the partnership at the meeting and revealed that the board will be tapping into Trigmatic’s knowledge as a musician and leader of his club by implementing some of the ways which Trigmatic runs the Matic Music Club. The Board plans to soon roll out a similar programme in selected schools around the country.
The director of the Board made it known that the Folklore Board was going to implement folklore clubs in schools and the Matic Music Club was going to be instrumental in contributing and rolling out these clubs.
The Matic Music Club, which commenced in September 2017, is an after-school club for kids to grow their love for music and to help in their mental development.