Fancy Gadam was described as the “King of The North” when he made an appearance in the music industry. He was virtually worshiped by the natives who are music enthusiasts.
As a result, no musical concert in the northern part of Ghana witnessed tremendous success especially in the area of attendance without the involvement of Fancy. Reason why Sarkodie was quick enough to team up with him on “Total Cheat” song.
But someway somehow, the promising music career of Fancy Gadam is fast diminishing like the law of diminishing marginal returns theory in Economics for obvious reasons. Consequently, people have started pointing fingers at his rivalry, Maccasio as the root cause.
This is as a result of the constant friction that keep emanating from the camp of these Northern region based musicians. But in a recent interview with Amansan Krakye of Radio Central fame, Maccasio tried his possible best to come out clean.
“On a personal level I don’t really have any issues with Fancy but it’s the normal battle between our followers to claim supremacy. On the real, Fancy knows I’m the King and so he wants to dethrone me, however he would have to fight for my throne”, Maccasio on the rationale behind the constant friction.
When Amansan Krakye asked Maccasio whether the seeming rumours of him killing the career of Fancy Gadam with black magic was true, he said
“Oh I can’t kill the career of Fancy Gadam. He is the only one who can kill his own career. As for me I have not used any charm or juju to bring him down”.
As a reminder, Sherif Abdul Majeed, known by his stage name Maccasio is from the Kingdom of Dagbon who raps and sings in his native language Dagbani with the ability to mix it with terms in English and Twi to the satisfaction of music enthusiasts in Ghana.