“I’m back for good” – Fade Hajj

Fade Hajj retuned to the music scene in October with a massive hit song “Open Don’t Close” produced by Blue Beatz.

The hip-life and afro-pop musician has been on the lips of key industry players following the release of her latest single.

The song has been buzzing on radio and corners of the Tamale metropolis and beyond since it release.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with TamaleOnline News, the Brand crooner said she took a temporal break and is now back with a bang.

“I took a break for some reasons and I am back for good. I love music and I love to do music,” she stated.

The music godess also disclosed her team is currently working behind the scenes for her maiden music video including her upcoming project with Nasir and Olatunde.

Explaining why she left the industry for over a year, Fade Hajj attributed the development to bad management and mockery of female artists by their male counterparts and media personalities.

According to her, event organisers and media do not offer them the platform to exhibit their talent.

She said they (the media) mostly subject them to various forms of mockery and also do not play their songs.

“They hardly play our songs but we need to support our own first. The DJs and presenters don’t help a female artist and expect her to pay in kind all in the name of fame.”

She added.

Fade Hajj stormed the Northern Music space in 2017 with her first single Hustle Hard.

She is currently signed onto Fredima 1 Entertainment and has about six tracks to her credit.

Source: www.tamaleonline.net

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