Facts about Diamond’s new love interest, Fantana

Fantana, the media personality, has become a prominent figure in the Kenyan social media landscape ever since her appearance on the popular reality show “Young, Famous & African” in its second season.

Originally hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, this Ghanaian musician and style influencer, whose real name is Francine Koffie, has captured the attention of fans with her romantic involvements with Tanzanian musician Diamond Platinumz.

Fantana’s journey began in the United States, where she spent most of her childhood and completed her primary and high school education. She holds a degree in business and fashion from a prestigious college and has also displayed her entrepreneurial spirit by owning a boutique.

Her professional breakthrough came when she crossed paths with Wendy Shay, who introduced her to Bullet, the manager of Rufftown Records. On June 24, 2019, Fantana marked her debut in the music industry with the release of her first single, “So What,” produced by Mog Beatz. The song garnered significant attention, establishing Fantana as one of Ghana’s emerging talents. She further solidified her position in the industry with subsequent hits like “Girls Hate On Girls” and “Rich Gyal Anthem.”

Fantana’s passion for music developed at a young age, coinciding with the global acceptance of Afrobeat. Her early uploads of singing freestyles on Instagram gained traction and attracted a substantial following. Tracks like “Back Stabber” helped establish her reputation as one of the leading female Ghanaian singers residing in the US. Hits such as “Forever Young,” “Blue Eyes,” “You, Me, and The Sea,” “Wrong,” and “New African Lady” showcased her talent and received extensive airplay on radio stations in Ghana and the US.

Beyond her musical prowess, Fantana has cultivated an intriguing persona. Rumors and controversies surrounding her risqué photographs and alleged physical transformations have kept her in the news. The anticipation surrounding her appearance on the second season of Netflix’s ‘Young, Famous & African’ further amplified interest in her life and career. As the only Ghanaian participant on the show, Fantana made a lasting impression among individuals from various African nations. Despite being one of the youngest members of the cast, she embraced the experience and formed connections and bonds during the four months of filming.

Fantana’s unique branding and charismatic attitude played a significant role in her selection for the show, as fans eagerly await the opportunity to witness her authentic self onscreen.