Mujahid Ahmed Bello, known by his stage name Fancy Gadam, is a Ghanaian Afropop, dancehall and reggae, musical artiste.
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He has taken the music business by storm with a music army that can rival that of Shatta Movement and Bhim Nation and is truly leaving a mark on the Ghanaian music scene.
Fancy recently released his music video Total Cheat collaborating with Ghana’s number one rapper Sarkodie.
The song has already hit a number on the Ghanaian music charts.
The Reggae musical artiste has won a slew of awards including the Discovery of The Year Award during the 2015 BASS Awards.
Fancy Gadam was also nominated Dancehall Artiste of The Year, Dancehall Song of The Year and New Artiste of The Year during the 2016 Bass Awards and the Best New Artist of the Year at the 2017 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards which occurred on 8 April 2017.
He has a number of singles a few include “Kiss Me (Mogmi Nnoli)”, “Trust in Me”, “Mujahid" and more.
The reasons for his success are simple:
1. Fancy Gadam has loyal fans: Fancy Gadam although new to the Ghanaian music scene has a serious following of fans who are loyal.
2. He is authentic: Although he is now working with the big names he has still maintained his roots as an artiste.
3. He knows how to blend bilingual music: Fancy is from the north yet he has the ability to incorporate his native mother tongue into contemporary music.
4. He knows how to rock the stage: One reason why Fancy can sell out stadium is that he knows exactly what fans want and he delivers.
Fancy Gadam's fandom at the exodus of his career was mostly from the northern region but has now spread across the entire breadth of the nation and we salute him for that.
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