Vicky Fornah Hassan : popularly known as Vicky Fornah is a gospel musician born and raised in Freetown, Vicky Fornah currently resides in the United States of America. She started her singing career at the age of 10 when she became part of her church choir. In 1995 she released her first album Don’t Bend the Law.
In 1999, she gained popularity with the song ‘Cry Africa’, which was used as soundtrack in the film ‘Burn Salone'. In 2002 she released Hold my Hand , her best selling album up till date. She is also a social activist and was part of the Artists with One Voice group.