Fatima Of Date Rush Fame Joins Cast List For Upcoming TV Series “Barz”

Fatima (image via Twitter/@tv3_ghana)

Fatima of Date Rush fame has been added to the cast list of upcoming TV series titled Barz.

She joins a star-studded cast list that includes another Date Rush star Michael Agyare a.k.a Grandpa, Achiaa (Ashanti Region’s representative of GMB 2020), Kojo Luda, Grawa Maestro, Cilla Royal among other exciting young talents announced by the production.

Fatima plays Abena Slay in “Barz”

In Barz, Fatima plays the role of Abena Slay, the third wheel of a female musical group called the Ghetto Queens. These girls are talented yet rowdy and are willing to do anything to make it to the top.

Partnering Fatima are Ashaiman rap queen Ashley Nkuako a.k.a Chichi who would star as the female rapper Wasty K and Kumasi based soul singer Tracy Kanziidala a.k.a Currie who would play Aba the Songstress.

Barz is directed and produced by Selassie Yao who is also the scriptwriter for two TV series produced by Farmhouse Productions – YOLO and Stryke.

Selassie Yao is a scriptwriter, producer and film director

According to Selassie, Barz is a musical drama that focuses on the lives of up and coming musicians.

“It’s just like any drama series but the fact that the story focuses on musicians means there would be some element of music in it. So contrary to some misconceptions, it’s not a musical where a majority of the dialogue is sung,” he told Kuulpeeps.

“The storyline in itself is very captivating, and the songs are going to be instant hits. The series would highlight some of the difficulties people in the creative field go through, why some make it and others don’t, as well as other societal issues,” he added.

Production of Barz Tv Series is scheduled to commence in mid-July with the first episode scheduled be premiered in August 2021 on the Farmhouse Movies App.

source: kuulpeeps.com

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