Fancy Gadam said My first show was a flop, nobody came.
Fancy Gadam says his debut show in Wa in the Upper West Region was a total flop.
The self acclaimed ‘King of the North’ made this revelation on 3FM’s Urban Blend hosted by Miriam Osei-Agyeman.
According to him, the low turn out did not discourage him from putting up a good show.
“My first event that I did in Wa was a flop show. Nobody came there, empty chairs,” he said.
According to the Gadam Nation boss, he did not let the poor turnout affect his stage act of performance in any way since he still delivered a stellar performance.
He said though the venue for that debut show was meant to host 2,000 people, only 15 people showed up, but that did not discourage him from performing.
“I made sure to deliver to the 15 people that came. I put it in my mind that the place is full, I told my management and team that ‘Yo let’s pretend this place is packed’.”.
Fancy Gadam has since worked hard towards building his career and is now a force to reckon with in the music industry.
He is out with a new banger titled ‘Ԑbԑyԑ Yie’ which is one of the singles on his yet-to-be released album titled ‘The Dream”.
The album features some of the big names in the game – Stonebwoy, Kwesi Arthur, Kofi Kinaata and Mr Eazi among others.
The musician is billed to launch the album with a concert on October 5, 2019 in Tamale in the Northern Region.
By Sylvia Akorfa|3news.com|Ghana