Leaving Ruff Town Records is a relief; I don’t have to perform at 50 shows for money – Fantana

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During a recent interview on Abeiku Santana’s Atuu show, American-born Ghanaian singer Francine Koffie, known by her stage name Fantana, stated that her life has significantly improved since leaving Ruff Town Records.

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She mentioned that everything has become much better and easier for her since her departure, and she no longer needs to perform at numerous shows to make a decent income.

When Abeiku Santana brought up the fact that she hasn’t had a hit song since leaving the record label, Fantana responded by saying that she has actually become more successful.

“Since I broke off from Ruff Town Records, I became bigger, I become more beautiful, I made more money, my life became better, I am flourishing , I am happy and I don’t have to perform at 50 shows to make money. I don’t even have to leave my house to make money. I learned so much about the industry and people and how to do stuff.

It actually made me a boss. Leaving the record label actually made me stronger tougher. If you compare me from then to now, there is no comparison, infact I made it” she said in response

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