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What You Need To Know About Fancy Gadam’s “Gweeen” Song

Gadam Nation President, Fancy Gadam who is officially signed into 5Munites Music and Sultan Incorporation newly released hit tagged “Gweeen” which was published on this website some weeks ago is now an anthem and current vibe on the street at the moment.

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Yilayili.com traced to find for the actual meaning of the song into details from Fancy’s management and what caused the issues that raised up after releasing this particular hit song.

According Management,the concept of this “Gweeen” song is part of Fancy Gadam’s creativities, before making progress he took us back to a similar song which was titled “Da’Gu” with the same concept as “Gween” that also caused confusion,which after was made a hit.

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Gweeen only talks about how rich men pretend not to have money when the vice versa are crying of poverty,it’s only people with negative mind perception that misunderstood the lyrics in the song” said Management

He gave us a short verse of the song in English “People still have a lot of money…. gweeeeen
But when we cry of hunger, they are also crying…..
In fact they are sitting on huge sums of money….. Gweeeeen”.
“This song is not against anybody and perhaps people who taught the song is against them might have not heard their names as part of the rich mentioned in the it” He added.

 

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