Really? Check the secret behind Fadious’ Akonkodee music and you’ll be shocked!!!

Popularly known by his stage name Fadious recently came out with a hot banger titled “AKONKODEE” which he featured the Taadi music god Kofi Kinaata and Benji. This song created a lot of controversies since it’s release date. Others kept on asking the real meaning of AKONKODEE but nobody gave any proper explanation to that.

Here comes the real secret or explanation behind Fadious’ AKONKODEE music as the artist in an exclusive interview with one of Ghana’s biggest online-portals made it clear. Fadious made it clear that AKONKODEE is a word he used in the music to describe young ladies who ain’t of age but still got the big booty and many more.

He said, ‘Well, I will say that AKONKODEE is a word I used to describe young ladies these days. Most of them are under-age but yet still when you see them they pretend to be 80’s born with the hips and big booty. If you don’t take care of such ladies, you might end up having sex with them which may call for a police arrest he jokingly added. 


Fadious made it clear that video for AKONKODEE will be dope since it will feature the whole JUNGA TOWN crew. He made it clear also that he appreciates the love shown by his fans towards this particular track of his.

In case you don’t have AKONKODEE on your device kindly download and share music below:


Fadious – Akonkodee feat. Kofi Kinaata (Prod. By KinDee)

Anticipate for the music video soon.


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