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Ghana: Inconsolable State For Fancy Gadam After June 29 Tamale Tragedy


Artist, Fancy Gadam, stays melancholy after the bloody June 29 accident which killed eight individuals, and the wiping out of a planned show at the Aliu Mahama Stadium the following day.

The artist should have Nigeria’s Patoranking in a mammoth show which was to witness more than 17,000 music darlings in participation, yet the disaster including fans some portion of an appreciated gathering to get the “Aggregate Cheat” man and his exceptional visitor, changed plans radically.

“My heart is heavy right now , words can’t describe how I feel. I am sorry to announce to you that my show with Patoranking scheduled to come of tomorrow has been postponed indefinitely… I can’t lose my fans and still have the heart to stage a show”, said the singer via social media moments after hearing the news.

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A sobering number produced by Stone B. Records, “Prayer”, as the song is titled, encapsulates Gadam’s emotions regarding the tragedy, as does the cover art for the single —which shows a tear trickling down his right eye.

A renowned performer, Gadam is 2018 winner of Ghana Music Awards’ Most Popular Song of the Year laurel, off the exploits of his Sarkodie collaboration, ” Total Cheat”.

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