Fast rising artist Mauzu Adamu, popularly known as Black Fab who has been on low key for some time now is not a name that’s new to the music industry.
The young Nigerian singer cum songwriter, recording artist, performer and entertainer best known for his stage arresting displays developed his interest in music from listening to 2face songs and influence of legendary Damian Marley, evergreen Asa and flowery rhythm Adele.
He’s a Nigerian artist from Ankpa Local Government Area of Kogi State who lives both in Abuja and Lagos. Muazu got the stage name Black Fab from the witty combination of his looks and uniqueness from his talent.
Black Fab started his real journey into the industry with the recording of his first single in 2007 and later progressed into his musical career with underground collaborations with the likes of VC Perez in Abuja and K Solo of the Timaya Band in his early days. It was obvious that a dream he nursed from his formative years had things played together in his favour as an upcoming artist.
Breaking the silence, the Kaduna State-born musician dropped a single entitled “Sip Bottle” featuring Terry G in 2009. The young creative giant further stamped an impression with the release of another song featuring H. Man same year with a video shoot directed by Akin Alabi whose masterpiece video was regarded as one of the best production of Director that period.
The political science graduate of the Kogi State University bagged several awards as he hit headlines during his school days. He was celebrated as Best Entertainer four times consecutively and one-time best artiste from Kogi State in general defeating the likes of YQ who was at his peak. After graduating, he emerged Best Act and Most Popular at his NYSC orientation camp in Lagos in 2014. He added another feather to his cap as a pioneer winner of Nescafe Get Started Africa 2014, an entrepreneurial platform to support African youths with ideas and willingness to own businesses of their own. As a man with different sides he attended several conferences as guest speaker to buttress on the role of youths in reshaping new Africa in Ghana/Nigeria and Ivory Coast.
The afro hiphop artiste after a long break and personal skill development, relaunched again to excite his teeming fans with the release of new single entitled “Good Morning Africa” produced by Dr. Gee and video shot and directed by UJ Pro Films. Black Fab is said to be currently in the studio working on his next single produced by Geo-Official with plans to have Patoranking on the track entitled “Pray For Me”.
In a 2014 interview with Abuja journalists, the ‘noble specimen of humanity’ whose priority in the industry is to entertain and promote moral lifestyle as an artiste and a peace ambassador said ‘ I reference social-political issues in my music and my songs are morally inclined variation of afro hiphop’
Our artiste on the spotlight today who is the next big thing without a record label now is also the founder of WE ARE KOGITES (WAKOGITES), an inter-tribal union of Kogites in Diaspora with the objective of ensuring unity and promoting peace and cultural heritage of Kogi people.
Born in April 8, 1989 into a Muslim family of six, four girls and two boys, Black Fab is the eldest son and second born of a widowed mother.
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