Medikal And Fella Makafui Are Getting Married

African Celebs
2 min readMar 7, 2020
Photo credit: Medikal And Fella Makafui

Medikal has been active with his music career since 2014. It is revealed that, he began his singing profession whiles he was in High School.

The content of his rap during his years in the High School involved healthcare professionals thus, medical doctors, surgeons, nurses etc. As a result, the nature of his rap birthed his stage name Medical in High School.

The rapper continued effortlessly with his passion in music till he joined Chris Waddle who signed him under his record label, Arab Money Gang (AMG) in 2010.

Aside his music career, he had a side hustle in selling of phones, cars and other things.

Medikal has worked not only with Chris Waddle but with other successful artiste like Sarkodie, Bisa Kdei, Lil Wayne, Strongman, Shatta Wale, King Promise and many more to inspire people with good music.

Some of His songs include, “Omo Ada”, “Confirm”, “Too Risky”, “Beautiful Africa”, “Boom”, “By Heart Boy” and many more.

In 2017, the artiste got the highest award nominations and has bagged home awards including, 2016 4Syte music video’s Best Discovery Video.

In addition to the above, he has also won Best African Music Artist Award in 2018 and most recent awards won at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2019 awards for two categories among others.

The young successful Ghanaian rapper and hip hop artiste has been in the news since controversies surrounding his relationship with ex-girlfriend, Deborah Vanessa and allegedly dumping her for Fella Makafui.

The relationship Medikal and Fella caused a stir on social media as they post pictures and videos of their romantic affair on the internet.

Fella Makafui became known to the public through her role in popular Ghanaaian TV series, Y.O.L.O (You Only Live Once)…

Originally published at on March 7, 2020.



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