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Fresh Faya Set To Release New HipLife Album in Bawku

“Fresh Faya,” Bawku based Ghanaian Hip-life Musician who hit the airwaves in 2017 with thrilling Hip-life jams, is back with more promising and heartbeats songs.

Faya who is known in private life as Saeed Ibrahim paused for a few years.
He told THE REPUBLIC in an interview, he is back with a catching song, “HUSTLE HARD” and several of hit life lyrics that would hook many music lovers on their feet.

Faya splintered into the Ghanaian music scene some three years ago, precisely 15th September 2017,  and has produced more than 12 songs to his credit.

The fast-growing hip-life music star has resurfaced on the music scene and is set to release his single song on Saturday 28th September 2019.

Faya who is doubled as Sound Engineer will feature with Tamale based Fancy Gadam, to make the 28th September event a fancy and thrilling to their Guests.

Fresh Faya ready to release new song

The “Hustle Hard” is said to be his last single song of the year to release at the Bawku Country Pup, a popular pup in Bawku town.

According to Faya, the would-be release song is a dream come true as he had the opportunity to feature  Fancy Gadam, his long-time pal and mentor in the industry.

When asked why he entitled the song “Hustle Hard,” the zaasing and be with you hitmaker said, money now rules the world even and that even the world knew Africa business tycoon, Mr Dangote still hustles for money.

Faya said the song is basically to encourage every person, especially the youth to hustle hard and make money, so they could live a better life.

Saeed, however, appealed to radio DJs, and presenters, Event organizers, promoters and industry players to hold down the song any time it drops.

He has since released many songs including, “Zaasing, “Munaafigis
, Tibangni bayama, “Tell Me, “So Fine, “Be with you” and “Nobody’s Business.”

The rest is ” Talk About We, “Thank you, “Saalkawine, “Give It To Me, “Slow Down and the yet to be released “Hustle Hard.”

 

Source: therepublicnewsonline.com/Felix Nyaaba

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