Following the release of her brand-new single “Your man” on May 5, Ghanaian singer Fantana is preparing to release her debut EP, titled “Pills and Concoctions,” on Thursday, July 13, which is precisely 10 days after her 26th birthday.
On May 10, she revealed that ‘Pills and Concoctions’ is a collection of 6 songs without any collaborations, ranging from genres like Dancehall to Afropop, in an interview with Giovani Caleb and AJ Sarpong on 3FM Drive.
She said, “I don’t rush, I just take my time” when asked why it took her so long to put together an EP.
Fantana, also known as Capo Tana, hasn’t been very consistent in her musical career.
She did, however, add that she is much more concerned with establishing her brand than she is with releasing new music.
The “Girls hate on girls” hitmaker claimed that she has always been confident and that she did not enhance her physique to make her more self-assured. She added that she will not stop anyone from altering their bodies if they are financially able to do so.
Fantana, a Ghanaian highlife and afro dancehall singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur, was born Francine Nyanko Koffi in the United States.
Initially signed to Bullet’s Rufftown Records, she later left the company to develop her identity.
The teenage singer is well recognized for her successful songs, including “New African lady” and “Girls Hate on Girls.”
Dorcas Nda-Affo Toffey, who represents Ghana’s Western Region as a member of parliament for the Jomoro Constituency, is the mother of Capo Tana.
Fantana is the only African superstar included in Netflix’s Young, Famous, and African reality series from Ghana.