Thursday, May 28, 2020

REVEALED: New Rufftown Records signee, Fantana is Shatta Wale’s cousin

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The latest addition to that Rufftown Record label is Fantana, an artist unveiled by Bullet last week as the newest member of his stable.

Fantana was unveiled in grand style by Bullet, who announced her signing and released her first single and music video simultaneously, with the video shot in South Africa.

The lady with her beautiful looks and irresistible curves is an Afropop and dancehall singer who according to our checks is related to self-acclaimed dancehall king in Africa, Shatta Wale.

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This was revealed by Shatta Wale himself in an Instagram after the artist was signed to Rufftown Records.

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Shatta Wale in getting his followers to check out Fantana, he referred to her as his ‘cousin’.

“Follow my cousin 💚 and thank me later ..The next big thing @iamfantana 🔥🔥🔥
#rufftownrecords”

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Follow my cousin 💚 and thank me later ..The next big thing @iamfantana 🔥🔥🔥 #rufftownrecords

A post shared by SHATTA WALE 💰💰 (@shattawalenima) on

Also sighted on his Instagram page was a short message sent to Fantana who celebrated her birthday yesterday, calling her his cousin.

Confirming this news, Fantana in response to the well-wishes of the ‘Gringo’ hitmaker also regarded Shatta Wale as her cousin.

“Happy B’ Day cuz 😍😍💋💋💋
Slay Dem ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️”

“I love you so much cuz❤️ thank you!! For life ❤️”

The singer becomes the fourth signed female act after the late Ebony, Ms Forson and Wendy Shay who is the only artist under Rufftown Records presently.

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