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Togar Howard: An Artist or An Entertianer

Berenice Mulubah | 7/1/2015 5:00PM 

Togar Howard on stage
Since the age of five, Togar Howard has been a dancer. About 18 months ago, he made a bold move.  He stepped up from behind the scene, dancing for artists and became an artist, dropping his first single Basima Basima, which was an instant hit.  

The artist who is now 23, has a clear new career path.  He sees himself as an artist with a purpose, not just an entertainer.  Leaving Piff Entertainment Record label few months ago, he has stepped into a new world of possibilities. 
"As an artist, you don’t want to limit yourself. You want to challenge yourself and become better. I saw an opportunity and I took it.  There was no contract between Piff Entertainment and I.  I left the record label in good faith. I'm back in the studio working on some great projects.  I have new singles coming out and new music videos coming out.  I'm also planning a trip to Liberia.  Over all, I'm setting myself up for the next five years.  In the next five years, I will be bigger than what you imagine." 

   Togar Howard talked about life outside of music.  "When I'm not doing music, I'm spending time with God and my family.  I am a very religious person.  I don't have a love life right now, my music is my lover.  I have a solid management team that keeps me grounded, Busy Boyz Management Group. My partner Akeem Atolagbe and my personal DJ, DJ Switcha are folks who understands my vision.  We are working hard and moving forward.  Thanks to God, all my fans and supporters."  



Togar Howard contact:  1 (612) 702-0756


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  1. Bravo, very proud of him, wish him all the success he deserves.

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