In a recent interview, Ghanaian singer Fantana boldly declared herself as the leading female dancehall artiste in the country. With confidence and conviction, she asserted her dominance in the genre and expressed her dedication to making her mark in the music industry.
The ‘Girls Hates On Girls’ hitmaker made this statement while introducing herself on one of the episodes of the popular African reality television series on Netflix, Young, Famous & African. The new season of the reality show premieres on Netflix today, May 19, 2023. The reality show follows the glamorous lives of African celebrities from Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, Namibia, Ghana, and South Africa as they “work and play, flirt and feud” in Johannesburg, South Africa.
In this new season, tensions rise and friendships are put to the ultimate test as new faces Bonang Matheba, Luis Munana, and Fantana show up and show off in the sneak peek of the hit series and promise to enthral audiences with their inclusion into the A-list crew.
However, giving a short intro about herself, the 25 years old artiste who moved to Ghana after school revealed that she use to have a quick temper but is currently working on it.
Fans are eagerly anticipating the antics of this season’s cast, which includes the likes of Diamond Platnumz, Nadia Nakai, Swanky Jerry, Annie Macaulay-Idibia, Andile Ncube, Naked DJ, Zari Hassan, 2Baba, Kayleigh Schwark, Fantana, and Luis Munana.
source: ghana plug