Monday, December 03 2012
Last Thursday during the Sanyu Breakfast show, Fatboy announced that he had become a hip-hop artist and was already in studio recording tracks that hip-hop hadn't seen in a while. This got fellow presenter Seanice so excited after it turned out that Fatboy was serious and was to use FBZ as his stage name.
In 2007, Fatboy released his debut single 'Are We On for CHOGM' before taking a five-year hiatus, but now the 88.2 FM morning show co-host has bounced back! In the meantime, FBZ is exploring options of teaming up with some Hip-Hop groups like Klear Kut.
The Alive and Kicking host has always been into hip hop though in the background and now feels the time is now to rock the stage. Meanwhile, his Sunday was a bit boring bearing in mind that UMEME had resumed some load-shedding of sorts.
This forced him to place a few calls to establish who had power and it turned out that the mom was not among those affected by the load-shedding. FBZ did not waste any time to get himself to the mom's crib armed with his play stations but on getting their, the mom was glued on UBC Television enjoying the ''I DO'' programe.
During the program, Fatboy appeared bored at least going by what he shared on his wall at the time; "But UBC, Can't you show anything else besides "I DO" Its been on for the last three hours." Fatboy wrote on his wall.
We read you loud and clear FBZ!
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