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The full name of the Tanzanian singer is Zena Yusuf Mohammed. She was born in December 1987 in Igunga.
After losing her mother at a young age, she had to work and study at the same time. Chasing her dreams, she started a music career in R&B and quickly became one of the most distinguished female artists of Tanzania.
Not only was she nominated several times at KTMA with her songs Namchukua, Paka La Bar, and Lawama, but she was also the first Tanzanian female artist to reach 1 million followers on Instagram.
Her success also attracted other artists like Mr Camera and Selebobo who collaborated with her.
The Tanzanian actress & producer was born on December 1988 in Dar es Salaam.
After completing her education, she contested in the Miss Tanzania beauty pageant in 2006. Although she didn’t win, she quickly rose to fame and started her movie career.
Her role as Oprah in the 2008 movie “Oprah” brought her nationwide attention. She has starred in over 50 movies ever since.
As a single mother, she is being concentrating on her movies and life as producer.
She is one of the youngest politicians in Tanzania. Born on March 1987, she was raised in Washington DC and Dar es Salaam.
After a successful educational life full of degrees and awards, she partook in several organizations such as commemorations and festivals at the University of Dar Es Salaam.
Upon graduation, she was appointed as the Secretary of Public Relations at the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi.
Furthermore, she represented Tanzania in the East African Legislative Assembly.
She has currently been appointed as the District Commissioner in Kisaware District. Besides her political success, she owns a hairline company called Kidoti, which earned her several awards as the Entrepreneur of the years.
The Tanzanian Actress was born on July 1980. She is renowned for her movies like Zawadi ya Birthday, Crazy Love, and Impossible. She is currently married to businessman Rashidi Said Chidi Mapenzi.
Didace Balume was born in May 1997 in Goma, DRC. His parents were distinguished local musicians at the time, so his emergence as a musician was no coincidence.
He joined a band formed by his brothers only when he was six. The band won the Revelation Award with the song Another Way.
His talent combined with his charm and smile was more than enough to gain the sympathy of millions. In 2009, he won a national contest in which R&B singer Akon was a judge.
Akon took him to Atlanta in 2011 to record new songs such as African chart-topper “I can be your blue-eyed boy”. He then released two full albums and many other singles the current ones being Derniere Chance and Yo Pe…
The famous Tanzanian dancer was born on August 1, 1992, in Dar es Salaam. He had a rough childhood with his mother passing away when he was only seven.
He Began his dance career as a YouTuber, he quickly rose to fame and started working as a choreographer for famous Tanzanian artists.
He was recently nominated for the Frimma Award for the Best African Dancer.
Francine Nyanko Koffi was born on 3rd July 1997 in Enzema- Ghana.
She moved to the States with her family at a young age, where she studied business and fashion. Soon after graduation, she started following another dream, becoming a singer.
This is when she was given the nickname Fantana by her manager. Her breakthrough was when she released the single “So What” in June 2019.
Although the song gained instant success, this has been overshadowed by rumours about her criminal record when she was back in the US and the tension between her and Wendy Shay.
Even though she has explained what happened in the US over and over in many interviews.
It also looks like majority of her interview questions are always based on her relationship with Wendy Shay rather than what she is doing and what she has coming up.
Ghana doesn’t have many female artists, there is therefore no need to try and create tension between Wendy Shay and Fantana.
We hope people will just let Fantana be and concentrate on her music….