Bulldog has urged Fantana to put in a lot of effort and use all of her potential if she hopes to make a name for herself in the music business.
He reprimanded the Ghanaian singer for falsely claiming to be the biggest Dancehall performer in her country when, in reality, her discography does not support that claim.
Fantana recently caused a sensation on the Netflix series “Young, Famous and African” when she claimed that she was the biggest dancehall musician in Ghana. Fantana was previously signed to Rufftown Records until she abruptly parted ways with the energetic record label.
Although her speech generated a variety of responses on the Ghanaian internet, commentators of the well-liked United Showbiz program on UTV on Saturday examined the matter.
Bullgod disputed her assertion, saying she lacked the musical repertoire required to call herself the biggest dancehall musician.
He believes that Fantana does not qualify to be listed among the best artists in Ghana since she does not possess the body of work that a big artist ought to have.
Bulldog Fantana still has what it takes to become a well-known brand in the business, though. He declared;
“She is not, if you weigh the situation. To do it, you need a lot of catalogs.For someone to claim to be huge, if Sarkodie claims to be big, there are works to prove it. Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy can also claim to be big since there are works to prove it.
Patapaa had one of Ghana’s most popular songs, but he failed to expand the library, which prevented him from becoming a successful musician.
Fantana lacks something, which is what makes an artist. She has skill. She is stunning. She has all the tools necessary to be the biggest; perhaps she is speaking of her future. Therefore, she must put in the effort when she arrives, he demanded.