Ghanaian musician, Francine Nyanko Koffi, popularly known as Fantana, recently shared her candid thoughts about her participation in the Netflix series “Young, Famous and African.” In a recent interview with Graphic Showbiz, she expressed that while the experience was fun and enjoyable, it was also accompanied by a sense of awkwardness.
Fantana, who gained attention for her role in the series and her hit song “Girls Hate On Girls,” revealed that she is gradually honing her acting skills. She admitted that initially, being in front of the cameras felt uncomfortable, but as time passed, she grew more accustomed to the environment. It wasn’t entirely unfamiliar territory for her, as she had previously appeared in music videos and even featured in a documentary titled “My Perfect Funeral,” which airs on ShowMaxx.
The talented artist’s foray into acting on “Young, Famous and African” allowed her to explore a different creative realm beyond her music career. While the transition may have presented some challenges, Fantana embraced the opportunity to expand her artistic horizons and showcase her versatility.
Being part of a Netflix series undoubtedly exposes Fantana to a broader audience, enabling her to reach fans and viewers across the globe. This exposure can open doors to new opportunities and collaborations within the entertainment industry, further elevating her profile as an artist.
Fantana’s willingness to step outside her comfort zone and take on acting roles demonstrates her commitment to growth and her desire to explore diverse creative avenues. As she continues to refine her acting skills and delve into new projects, fans can anticipate witnessing the multifaceted talents of this rising Ghanaian star.
While her journey on “Young, Famous and African” may have been initially awkward, Fantana’s positive attitude and willingness to embrace new experiences have undoubtedly contributed to her personal and artistic growth. With her determination and passion, she is poised to make an indelible mark in both the music and acting realms, captivating audiences with her unique talents and infectious energy.