- Fantana has said in a video that most Ghanaian musicians have not made 1 million from music
- According to her, the likes of Sarkodie, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy may be an exception to this assertion
- The Rich Girl Anthem singer was reacting to a question posed to her about making her first million dollars
Former Ruff Town Records signee, Fantana, has indicated in a new video that no Ghanaian musician can say he or she has made $1 million from music.
While speaking in an interview with Ghanaian blogger Jibriel, Fantana revealed that she does not think any Ghanaian has made that much from working in Ghana alone.
She however indicated that it was possible for some top stars like Shatta Wale and Sarkodie to say they have made such an amount but the new faces in music cannot make such claims.
Even with the top stars, Fantana indicated that they can make that much from international deals and moves and not from making music just for the Ghanaian market.
She revealed that Ghanaian artistes can only survive in the music industry if they become business-minded.
WATCH VIDEO BELOW: (Forward to the 6th minute to listen to exactly what Fantana said)
Fantana spoke on a myriad of things including her relationship with her mother who is a Member of Parliament, to the number of cars she owns.
The Girls Hate On Girls singer was recently in the news when she spoke about her time after leaving Bullet-run Ruff Town Records.
According to her, she has become more independent and confident following her exit from her former record label.
Speaking about musicians, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian singer Sherifa Gunu has called out award-winning rapper Sarkodie over what appears like communication issues she was having with him in recent times.
While speaking in an interview on EBN and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Sherifa Gunu wanted to move away from talking about her relationship with Sarkodie but managed a few words.
According to her, she used to be very cool with Sarkodie but after she travelled to give birth abroad, that relationship has stalled.
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