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Fancy Gadam encourages upcoming artists to respect fans

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Mujahid Ahmed Bello known on stage as Fancy Gadam has charged upcoming artists, especially, those in the five regions of the North to at all times respect their fans to achieve higher heights in their music careers.

According to him, respect builds trust and confidence and as a result, leads to a huge fan base which of course music is all about.

“Your fans can make you a champion and can unmake you at any time”, he stressed.

Speaking on A1 Radio’ Sunset Drive, the 2020 Best Afrobeat Entertainer of the year said often than not, artists usually turn to disrespect their fans when they begin gaining fame with the notion that they are branding themselves.

Such attitude among up and coming artists he said destroys their careers as majority of their fans if realized usually begin speaking ill of them and at the end caused their careers.

“Being a musician it is all about the numbers. So, if you disrespect fan A, definitely fan A will tell fan B what you did to him/her and it will keep on spreading like that till all your huge fan base will begin to go down leaving you alone. So, never for once undermine your fan.”

Meanwhile, the Afrobeat King on December 25th filled up the Accra Bukum Boxing Arena within two hours of opening the gate for his One Don concert; the same day Shatta Wale, and Sarkodie were all having their concerts.

The secret he hinted that he never for once took his fans for granted and in return gained their trust.

He however called on his fan base in the North East Region to be on the lookout as 6th March 2022 he will be performing his One Don concert live at the Walewale sports stadium.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101 MHz|Moses Apiah|Bolgatanga|Ghana

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