Tano Jackson is easily the jack of all trades in Ghanaian creative collective SuperJazzClub.
He’s dipped his feet in everything: including fashion design, photography, filmmaking, writing and illustration. You can say he is also the master of all.
In February 2020, he teamed up with photographer and writer Nana Yaw Oduro to document the latter’s creative. During Black History Month, the film aired on BET. After a stint with his many creative lovers, Tano Jackson returns to music, his aggrieved love who he abandoned in 2017 after releasing the soulful bop, Till Hawaii.
His new offering, Sunday Someday, is a reflection of his creative prowess. The tune flutters between 80s inspired drum rhythm, some jazzy electronic piano chords, funk and future bass sounds. Sunday Someday features vocals from his collective mates Øbed and Ansah Live.
With production and engineering primarily handled by Øbed, Sunday Someday is Tano Jackson’s first move back to his love for making music and telling stories.