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 skills and passion for music. From his experience singing in a Canadian boys choir with some of the finest young talent to emerge from Canada, including older relations of the late 90's pop sensation Debela Morgan, all while studying at Lansdowne Elementary School, Edmonton (Alberta, Canada), MC Fade has always had the talent for performance and has further developed into an accomplished rapper, songwriter, composer, engineer and producer.
Albert “MC Fade” A-Yeboah has been involved in the Australian Music “street” scene since the mid 90's, from battling and doing the rap crew thing, to his DMU (Daddy Mac's United) role as the rapper of the group. MC Fade then concreted his talent for music production by building an engineering studio on the north side of Canberra in 2003, and he followed that with establishing a recording studio on the south side of Canberra in 2004.
In November 2004 PTE street released MC Fade's full length, self produced album The Southside Kid , which featured hot known current Canberra talent's Eldred “KOF” (his brother) and Franky “Offtapia” which went on to sell over 70,000 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). His credits also include 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.
Promoting the before mentioned album, MC Fade also appeared as the male presenter in PRIME Television's Race For Cash Challenge, and other features like the award nominated short film GAMEOVER with Australian known radio presenter Chris from 104.7 Canberra FM.
Even as a youngster MC Fade had worked with many key people of whom played major roles in forming an Australian rap scene, including Turntable Treachery (Cross-fade Raiders), Goldie (DJ Gold Finger) and Terry Hopper now with Brisbane's elite studio Trefunkay Productions. MC Fade and the DMU crew were also the featured act for the opening of major Canberra hot spots such as Club Habana (Manuka), Club Extreme (Civic) and Diablo's (Civic).
MC Fade is now the CEO and Executive Producer, among other things, of Phat Track Entertainment (PTE), an independent Australian recording label, and Phat Track Entertainment Studios, which features some of the latest in digital multi-track recording equipment and acoustic technologies set in a phat sabbatical atmosphere
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 todays industry.