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In March , Fuse reached the number one spot in the iTunes World Chart, cementing his status as the first Ghanaian musician in history to achieve such a feat. This provided him with the opportunity to soak up the culture, which is now evident in his music. Fuse describes his sound as 'life-changing music seasoned with his African roots' and his aim is to elevate the world through music. TINA is a concept which urges Africans in the Motherland and the diaspora to use their skills to rebuild their community and show the world the more beautiful side of Africa. Through a mobile studio, the Ghana Music award nominee works with young people helping them to utilise and explore their own artistic dreams. This allows Fuse to still be a part of his growing community. With a build-up of free music to keep fans at the edge of their seats and anticipating his forthcoming album "The Buzz". Fuse ODG's musical journey began to gain momentum after a trip to Ghana in Fuse ODG is now referred to as one of the pioneers of the 'Azonto' dance movement internationally, recently receiving the attention and support from the Prime Minister David Cameron.
Born Nana Richard Abiona, he's a talented producer and rapper, and has been an active influence in helping young people in his local communities realize their musical aspirations through a mobile studio. In conjunction with this, he helped found the TINA This Is New Africa movement that set out to encourage Africans to use their skills in rebuilding their communities and take pride in their cultural heritage. In , he traveled to Ghana and met with African producer Killbeatz and rapper Tiffany; they collaborated on viral dance track "Azonto," which had millions imitating his moves worldwide. His success was hard to deny, with over a million views on his YouTube channel and the triumphant release of his EP The Buzz. The following year, Fuse sparked another dance craze with his single "Antenna," which featured American rapper Wyclef Jean and rose to the Top Ten of the U. Singles Chart.
When the south London-raised musician visited his home country, Ghana, he fell in love with it. Now, he is building schools and organising festivals there, and calling for others to return and rebuild a nation. I t was in that Fuse ODG had an awakening. Frustrated with his experiences growing up in south London, he decided to take a trip to Ghana, the country of his birth. It feels like home. Now, the year-old is about to release his second album, New Africa Nation, which comes hand in hand with a vastly more ambitious project: to build schools, bring together communities and change the way Africa is perceived. Today, we are in the birthplace of that project — the mountains of Akosombo in Ghana. With its pink sunsets and dense green foothills, it is as close to Eden as you will find on Earth. Here, Fuse tells me about his vision.