I would be “HONORED” to join your label – Ghanaian artiste Nana Fofie to Nicki Minaj

Nana Fofie, a Holland-based Ghanaian artiste says she would be “HONORED” to join the label of American rapper, Nicki Minaj. Fofie’s comment come on the heels of the latter...

Nana Fofie, a Holland-based Ghanaian artiste says she would be “HONORED” to join the label of American rapper, Nicki Minaj.

Fofie’s comment come on the heels of the latter expressing interesting in signing her following an impressive rap freestyle.

“i would be HONORED to be a part of your LABEL” reads part of the caption of a photo showing the screenshot of a post on Minaj’s Instagram account.

 

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I love you @nickiminaj ❤️🙏🏾and i would be HONORED to be a part of your LABEL #theQueenhasspoken

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Known as the ‘Mash Up Queen,’ Fofie was one of the opening acts on Minaj’s tour stop in Holland on March 25. 2019.

WATCH: Ghanaian singer Nana Fofie opens concert for Nicki Minaj in Holland

Checks by livefmghana.com shows Minaj has had Fofie on her radar for a while – sharing her music with her fans online and also talking about her (Fofie) during the UK edition of Queen Radio in March 2019.

“She’s so fucking dope. I wish I had time to play her. Hopefully, I can do music with her one day.” stated the former to American publication, BillBoard about the latter in a March 2019 interview.

Fofie is based in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

She credits her “major musical background” for her deep passion for music starting at age 5.

Her cover of Runtown’s ‘Mad Over You’ produced by K.I.D.D. Production garnered some 100, 000 views in its first week of release. It has over 4.6 million views currently.

Fofie’s mash up of Mr. Eazi’s ‘Leg Over’ currently has over 2.1 million views.

Her biggest inspirations are her late father and Lauryn Hill. Her music style is blending European and African sounds in a unique way.

Labels including Universal Music Group have expressed interest in working her.

She is said to be working on a new EP.

Fofie started the Fofie Foundation to her aid her father’s vision of supporting orphans in her native country, Ghana. She has three other siblings.

SOURCE: livefmghana.com/Ghana/91.9FM/

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