. Biography .
Rapper, Singer, Writer, Composer and Producer.... Now let's tell you his story.
Born in Canberra, Australia Albert "MC Fade" A-Yeboah is a Rapper, Singer, Writer, Composer and Producer. Since coming up with his first song at 3 years of age, which his mother wrote down for him at the time and he later edited, Albert "MC Fade" A-Yeboah has always demonstrated his ability to perform and demonstrate an embracing passion for originality with music. Like a lot of people MC Fade has seen and been through his fair share of struggle during his teens and early adult hood.
Albert "MC Fade" A-Yeboah has been involved in the Australian Music street scene since the late 90's. He was barely a teen, yet he was battling at venues like the green room and doing the rap crew thing in a crew named DMU (Daddy Mac's United). DMU performed many live performances including the opening night for clubs such as "Diablos" Canberra City, Australia and "Club Habana" in Canberra, within Australia's prestigious location of Manuka. In 2003, MC Fade developed a passion for composing his own backing tracks, then he coupled this then emerging ability with his ambitious talent for music production. MC Fade later concreted these talents by building an engineering studio on the north side of Canberra, Australia, and he followed that with establishing a recording studio on the south side of Canberra in 2004 Phat Track Entertainment.
In November 2004, PTE street released MC Fade's full length, self produced album The South Side Kid. The South Side Kid also featured hot known current Canberra talents, DJ Eldred "KOF" (his brother) and Franky "DJ Offtapia", and went on to sell thousands copies on the streets of our sun burnt country, coast to coast, and thanks to some members of the Royal Australian Navy, islands in the South Pacific (undisclosed locations). The South Side Kid album was re-released commercially in 2010. Promoting the before mentioned album "The South Side Kid", MC Fade also appeared as the male presenter in PRIME Television's Race For Cash Challenge, as well as other features, like the award nominated short film GAMEOVER with Australian known radio presenter Chris from 104.7 Canberra FM and directed by well known Director Warren Coulton.
In 2012 MC Fade guest appeared Aussie talents Danni-T, DJ Cuddlez and The Outlawz (US) formally known as Tupac & The Outlawz on his "New Order" album (LP) that was released in April 2013.
In 2015 Albert "MC Fade" A-Yeboah dropped "I Came Here" which was the first single from his upcoming Album "How Many" due in 2016. This Single has build a lot of attention and has set a new expectation for his next Single coming soon "Feature Verse".
Growing up MC Fade was encouraged by Australian Artists "Turntable Treachery", DJ Gold Finger, Weapon X and Terry Hopper. MC Fade's style was influenced by American Artists such as Naughty By Nature, Warren G, Richie Rich and Tupac Shakur. Considering MC Fade lived in Edmonton Alberta Canada for six and a half years and The United States of America for eighteen months, it is easy to see how.
His credits also include being a support act for rapper Chingy, the creation of the theme song and numerous backing tracks (for the current and previous seasons back until 2005) for the globally aired, and not to mention UK loved, television travel show EarthWalkers, finalist for Producer/Engineer of the year at the MusicACT's 2012 "MAMA" Awards, and in the 2013 MusicACT "MAMA" Awards he was Nominated for Producer/Engineer/Studio of the year and was a finalist in the category of Best Urban Artist of the Year. MC Fade's proposed first single off his "New Order" album landed a placement on GrindCity/Young Money's "Young Money Unsigned Hype Vol 4". MC Fade is " The Akademia Music Awards" December 2015 winner for BEST SONG Hip-Hop/R&B.
Constantly expanding all his talents and backed by the formidable PTE team, MC Fade continues to deliver a standard of music and production rarely witnessed in today's industry.