Beefs are for 'wack' artistes; Maccasio not my class - Fancy Gadam

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Fancy Gadam was described as the “King of The North” when he made an appearance in the music industry. He was virtually worshiped by the natives who are music enthusiasts.

As a result, no musical concert in the northern part of Ghana witnessed tremendous success especially in the area of attendance without the involvement of Fancy. Reason why Sarkodie was quick enough to team up with him on “Total Cheat” song.

But someway somehow, the promising music career of Fancy Gadam is fast diminishin. Consequently, people have started pointing fingers at his rivalry, Maccasio as the root cause.

This is as a result of the constant friction that keep emanating from the camp of these Northern region based musicians. But in a recent interview with SVTV Africa, Fancy Gadam told host DJ Nyaami that, he won't waste his time beefing his colleague Maccasio because, he believes beefing is for untalented artiste not him.
"Beefs are meant for weak artists, artists that are not talented, they're trying to prove a point because if you have talent, you believe in what you do. You don't need to beef somebody to be up there, your works have to speak for you, so me I don't believe in beef propelling your career, it's false."

"I believe in what I do, any artiste who believes and lives on controversy is weak, and not talented."

Pointing out on the feud between Maccasio and himself, the 'total cheat' hitmaker said "If they want to consider who is doing the best, I think I'll be the best because, at the end of the day, I know I'm doing the best. So personally, I see it as normal because sometimes, some people wants to trend and me, I don't see the need for it, so he should trend, I know I'm talented and my music will speak for me."

As a reminder, Mujahid Ahmed Bello, known by his stage name Fancy Gadam, is a Dagbani language Ghanaian afropop, dancehall and reggae musical artiste. 

The singer, is set to release his debut album DREAM. A 13 tracklist album featuring award-winning dancehall star Stonebwoy, Kwesi Arthur, Kofi Mole, Kofi Kinataa, Mr. Eazi and many more.

He is currently promoting "3B3Y3 YIE" the first song off the dream album. 

Watch the interview below;

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