Ghanaian Afrobeats superstar based in the UK, Fuse ODG to celebrate his tenth year in the music industry. In a tweet, the artist rains praise on God for changing his life after his first hit AZONTO and his fans for dancing and vibing to his songs for all these years.
Over the years, Fuse ODG has made his way with lots of achievements since his emergence in the music industry. Noticeable among such achievements are; 2013, he was awarded “Best African Act” at the MOBO Award’s 18th anniversary, he won a Grammy award in 2018 after Ed Sheeran’s ‘Divide’ album which featured him, he also recently won four awards at the Urban Music Awards. Still, on his achievements, Fuse has impacted and helped other artists by signing up Ghanaian songstresses like Tiffany and now Feli Nuna to his record label that is Off Da Ground label. Fuse truly brought some daylight into the industry:
Fuse ODG’s songs have been hits and have created waves in Ghana and beyond. Fuse ODG’s ATENNA song is a debut single released in 2013 in the United Kingdom under the label release of THREE BEAT PRODUCTION and produced by Kilbeatz, being a digital download. The genre of the song is afrobeat with a style of dance in it. The song got people jamming and going crazy. The song peaked at number 7 on the UK SINGLES CHART and at number 9 in Scotland.
Also with ’TINA’, it was released in 2014, same in the United Kingdom. The song ’TINA’ is an acronym of THIS IS NEW AFRICA which stands his vision for showing Africa in another light. In the music video, the TINA acronym was seen on shirts and hats representing a movement that aims at changing the way Africa is seen by the rest of the world.
‘BOA ME’ is another song of Fuse ODG which means ‘Help me, which was released in the year 2017. The song is about giving a helping hand to your sister or brother. ‘BOA ME’ crackle with the quality that makes Afrobeats stand out, it’s energetic, uplifting, and immediately fun that put a smile on your face and a season in your step. The song features his friend and collaborator Ed Sheeran as well as Mugeez from Ghanaian hip-hop duo R2bees. The collaboration was inspired by Ed Sheeran’s work with Fuse ODG on ‘BIBIA BE YE YE’.
Dangerous love song of Fuse ODG was released in the year 2014, the genre of the song is afrobeat and dancehall. This song was nominated for best song at the MOBO Awards in 2014. The song is about how guys gain strong feelings for ladies, also how ladies present themselves outside to attract GUYS. Their outlook shows how sexy they are and what they can offer to guys.
Azonto is a single made by Fuse ODG, featuring vocals from Itz Tiffany. The song was released in the UK as a digital download ON 29th September 2013. The song peaked at number 30 on the UK SINGLES CHART and at number 38 on the SCOTTISH SINGLES CHART. The song has also been charted in the Netherlands.
Fuse Million Pound Girl, Badder than Bad
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Fuse ft Tiwa Savage Diary:
Fuse ft Killbeats Thinking About You:
Congratulations to Fuse and Ghana Music appreciates his immense contribution to it.
– BARBARA MENSAH, Linda Akrofi and Abigail Narkie