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Sals Fateetee Biography, Age, Career And Net Worth



Sals Fateetee Biography, Age, Career And Net Worth

What a man can do, a woman can do better than that, Sals Fateetee made me believe in this word.

Music was only known for men especially in the Hausa music industry, but Sals Fateetee has proven to the world women can also sing.

Sals Fateetee Biography, Age, Career And Net Worth

In this post, I will be sharing with you guys some information about Sals Fateetee Biography, Age, Career, And Net Worth you probably didn’t know about.

Sals Fateetee Biography

Fatima Muhammad Salis known as Sals Fateetee is a popular Hausa rapper in Nigeria famous for her rapping talents.

She hails from Kaduna State Nigeria where she completed both her primary and secondary school education.

Sals Fateetee went further to continue her tertiary education in the state. Her journey into the music industry started from her school days.

In an interview with Naijadailys, Sals Fateetee made it known to us she had a passion for singing right from her childhood age, and that passion was what lead her to music.

She is one of the best female rapper in Arewa with a gold voice. Sals Fateetee has collaborated with top Hausa rappers likes Dj Ab, Nazifi Asnanic, Ali Jita, and many others.



Some of her music are Soyayya Ba Qarya, Champion, Yalleri, Mama Africa, Muna Nan, and others.

Sals Fateetee is not just a beautiful rapper but also an intelligent female artist making name for herself in northern Nigeria.

Sals Fateetee Net Worth

Sals Fateetee is an upcoming rapper, so no much information about her net worth as of now.

Sals Fateetee Profile

Real Name: Fatima Muhammad Salis

Age: Unknown

Place of birth: Kaduna State

Record: Yaran North Side

Occupation: Songwriter/Rapper

Tribe: Hausa

Religion: Muslim

Net Worth: Unknown

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Source: https://naijadailys.com.ng

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I’ve made up stories in my head for as long as I can remember—I put myself to sleep at night when I was young by rewriting the plots and endings of books I’d read. I assumed this was normal and everyone else did it, too, until I began getting weird looks when I talked about it. Finally, when I was twelve, I figured it out and decided I’d be a writer when I grew up.

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