Faith McCann, A Nigerian – Ghanaian Based Set to Storm Ghana Music Industry

Born, Faith McCann, which doubles as her stage name is set to storm the Ghanaian music industry with her unique and touching songs.

Born to Nigerian parents, Faith started singing at a tender age of 8, in church and during occasions such weddings, get-together, government parties, etc.

She released her professional debut single in 2016, with the hit song “Mulki Na Allah ne” (which translates Power comes from the Lord). The song enjoyed massive airplay on popular radio stations in Nigeria.

She attended the University of Jos, Nigeria where she read Journalism. She proceeded after graduating to serve with FRCN and NTA in Kaduna state as a broadcaster, coupled with writing articles published in the Daily Guard newspaper. She furthered her education at the University of Jos, studying Clinical psychology.

Currently she is signed onto Freeme Digitals, a marketing digital company in Nigeria, contracted purposely to aid in the distribution of her records.

Her songs enjoy massive play on radio stations in Lagos, Abuja, and other major cities in Nigeria. Some of her popular songs include “strong African woman”, “Government help the masses”, “Aure”, “Kabeyesi”, “Girgiza”, “In my life”, etc.

Currently Freeme digital are in charge of her tours. She has toured Jamaica, South Africa, UK, Israel, and many other countries with her music.

Having over twenty (20) songs to her credit, Faith has put together a master piece to help gather momentum to eradicate poverty in Northern Ghana, which was motivated by the scenes of poor communities around.

With her 5 year residential permit in Ghana, Faith has vowed to conquer the music space with her melodious and socially inclined music.

She is currently the proprietress of Honour Academy in the Northern regional capital and and also married with 3 boys and a girl.

Current Projects:
1. Government please help the masses
2. Strong African woman
3. Patience Africa
These projects are aimed at appealing to the African leaders and NGO’s around the world about the plights of most Africans. Especially the African women and children who are victims of abuse and neglect.

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