Sound engineer and musician, Red Eye Nature, needs help.
He is reported to be in a depressed state.
Nature, who was part of the 2Tuff America group, according to a post sighted by Zionfelix.net is battling depression.
The post, which was originally posted by Derek Tawiah Ago Lartey, well known as Sakumo Bi, an Afro-Traditional Musician, called on industry players to offer help to Nature.
Nature is credited to have produced Kwaw Kese’s ‘Popping’ song and Edem’s ‘Ghetto Arise’.
Read the full post below:
Its sad tho. Although I used to visit his studio when I was in new town I haven’t seen him for 3 years because I hardly go to new town. I hope he gets better.
A LETTER TO GHANA MUSIC INDUSTRY….
Derek Tawiah Agoe Lartey is my name popularly known as Sakumo Bi and an Afro-Traditional Musician, Philanthropist, Student and a GaDangme Ambassador. I am a Native of Tema in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.
I am much more concerned about a Ghanaian Asset with the name NATURE OR RED EYE NATURE, a member of a well known music group in Ghana namely 2TUFF AMERICA.
As far as music is concerned, He happens to be a Music Composer, an all round instrumentalist, Sound engineer, Singer, a Rapper and has produced almost all the Musicians in Ghana. Not forgetting Popping by Kwaw Kesse, Ghetto Arise by Edem and many more.
Have you asked the whereabout of RED EYE NATURE??
He is almost in the ditch if an action is fast not taken.
He would have already gone into that ditch if not for the intervention of Boss PC Mensah and some other good people.
What’s at hand at the moment is not only the effort of one or two persons but a collective or collaborative effort can bring him to default.
I think what was done for Okomfuo Kwaadee, same can be done for REDEYE NATURE (Ulrich Addy). Nature in the 2000’s is no more the nature we knew.
He is one of the musicians I look up to and happens to be almost every musician in Tema looks up to him. Unfortunately, a great talent is sinking gradually like a ship not controlled by anyone…
I cannot look at a great and beautiful talent to go down just like that.
Amandzeba Brew, Ansah-Addo Halifax, Obour, Hammer, Shatta Wale, Stonebwouy, Socrates Sarfo, Nana Ama McBrown, Nana Aba Anamoah,
Sarkodie, Black Rasta, Kwaw Kesse, Obrafuor, et al. Kindly see to it that something is done about NATURE’S situation.
Thank you very much..