The showbiz persona of Fantana, a Ghanaian singer of American descent, revealed that she felt pressured to succeed in the business due to some Ghanaians’ negative attitudes.
Fantana disclosed that she initially entered the music industry out of a sincere love for the craft but felt obliged to make a statement as a result of the pressures and criticism she experienced in a talk on 3FM Drive.
“I didn’t enter music to prove a point, I did because I genuinely like music but then y’all bullied me into proving a point,” she said.
The singer was initially signed to Rufftown Records, but left the label in May 2020 as a result of a conflict with labelmate Wendy Shay and the label’s head executive.
Fantana also talked about how her mother supported and invested in her brand and her skills.
“Yeah, because since my mum was funding everything when I was on that record label everything is my name. All the videos and the songs belong to me but I don’t look at that”.
She went on to discuss her 18 tattoos in more detail, as well as the meanings associated with each work of art and her journey.
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