AbFad born Abu Fadika is a Sierra Leonean Song Writer, Artist, Director and conveyor for United Sierra Leone Festival USA. He is known for the song Sugar Banana which featured singer MC Galaxy.. Six months after his birth, like most African children he was sent back home to Sierra Leone by his parents in-order for him to learn the culture and experience growing up in Sierra Leone.
AbFad has also lived in Botswana, Namibia and Uganda due to the fact his late father and Mother were both Medical Practitioners who worked for the United Nation. His father was a "A BURN SPECIALIST SURGEON AND his mother a NURSE". AbFad sound derives from being around different cultures, races and countries. He was exposed to private schools and exotic cultural dances and music such as "Kwaito; a very popular dance known in Southern Africa, Hip Hop and R&B from the western world. The artist first drew attention from the AFRO Beat industry when he featured and collaborated with one of Nigeria’s biggest stars MC Galaxy on the song “Sugar Banana”. AbFad graduated from Eastern Michigan University, which is based in Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA and currently holds a degree in Paralegal Studies / Business. AbFad is currently a fast rising name in the AFROBEATS music industry due to him not only being able to write and make good music, but also for the fact that he is a very talented music video director who has directed for the likes of DAMMY KRANE, FRIDAY THE CELL OF PHONE MAN, AND YOUNG PARIS, who happens to be Signed to Roc Nation.