Back to set the levels, Fuse ODG unites with Afrobeats stars; Olamide, Joey B, Kwamz & Flava, on their new single, ‘Cool Down’. The track presents a perfect synergy of the gritty, Nigerian street sounds of Olamide and Joey B’s oozing charisma with British Influences from Fuse ODG, Kwamz and Flava. The creative dexterity extant in the ODG camp was laid bare, as the video previews the world’s very first ‘Selfie Cypher’, simply unlike anything you would have seen before.
Shaking it into the weekend.
Last week Silvastone dropped the official music video for ‘Move Body’ much to the delight of his fans with a challenge to create a remix. To top that off, he has dropped the official remix for the song featuring, Fuse ODG.
The track premiered on BBC 1xtra. This is a sure fire way to lead into his summer tour across the UK.
Fuse ODG links up with Kuami Eugene and Kidi from Ghana to bring you this crazy smash “New African Girl“.
This video features beautiful dark skin women from across Africa and pushes a Self Love agenda to our minds.
Watch New African Girl below, Enjoy and Share.
Veteran Ghanaian dancehall artist Samini releases the official visuals to his single from late last year titled “Do That”. The tune features afrobeats crooner Fuse ODG, and the song was produced by ace producer Killbeatz. Peep the visuals, and download the tune below!
Fuse ODG dishes out the visuals to his heavy collaboration with international superstar – Ed Sheeran and one half of R2Bees – Mugeez. Catch Ed Sheeran singing in Twi language.
Award winning Ghanaian dancehall musican Samini drops a new single, titled “Do That”. This groovy dancehall tune features afrobeats sensation Fuse ODG. The song was produced by Ghana’s top hitmaker Killbeatz. Listen to and download the tune below.
Award winning afrobeats singer Fuse ODG premiers his new single titled Boa Me, which features Grammy Award winning English singer Ed Sheeran and Mugeez, 1/2 of R2Bees. This highlife tune has Ed Sheeran singing in Ghana’s Twi language once again, and it was produced by the usual suspect, KillBeatz. Get the song on iTunes/Apple Music below.
Window Seat’ is produced by Jnr. Blender (Who produced the Major Lazer & Fuse ODG’s Multi platinum collaboration hit “Light It Up”) and Canadian Duo Banx & Ranx. The single is also assisted by a stunning visual that was shot in Accra, showcasing the colour and vibrancy of Ghana’s capital city.
“It’s like my own rags to riches story! I grew up on an estate in Mitcham and now I’m traveling the world. I’m sitting on a plane, looking out of the window and thinking, ‘Wow, how did we get here?’, and feeling thankful for it.”
Azonto pioneer and afrobeats rhymer, Fuse ODG, has dropped Window Seat, the newest single in his barrage of tunes this year.
Window Seat follows some serious UK link-ups including Mary Mary (Ft. Big Narstie), Sunrise (Ft. Redlight, Yxng Bane, Abra Cadabra, Jillionaire & Fatman Scoop) and Diary (Ft. Tiwa Savage). All the tracks have a great afrobeat backing with subtle difference and vibes coming in the form of the many many features.
With some serious production from Banx & Ranx, Fuse flows over the top with lyrics like “From the street to the window seat / See your sweet from my pillow sheet / Thank you for keeping me nice and sweet” clearly thankful for his lady, his god and the success he has had in this life.
The track is perfect for your summer BBQ and it may even get your grandma doing a little two-step with her shades and sliders.
Founder of the TINA movement (This is New Africa) – Fuse joins forces with Nigeria’s hottest female export, Tiwa Savage (recently signed to Roc Nation), to deliver the flirtatious new single ‘Diary’. Flying the flag high for Ghana and Nigeria, the visuals premiered on MTV Base Africa, and is the perfect synergy between the two artists.
Fuse, who lives between Ghana and the UK, has dedicated his entire career to Africa and his current
Afro-pop infused sound. He has been a consistent gatekeeper for the Afrobeats music scene and has been at the forefront in pushing the genre forward within the UK and globally.
2011 was the year Fuse’s ‘Azonto’ viral video racked up 3 million views in 3 months. This happened silently and organically unbeknown to the mainstream media.
Fast forward to 2017, we see Fuse armed with 5 top 10 hits and 2.5 Million + singles sold in UK alone, boasting a star studded line up of global collaborations ranging from Major Lazer, Sean Paul, Fatman Scoop to most recently Ed Sheeran. Working tirelessly with the aim of changing the negative perceptions of Africa through music, he has gone on to achieve multiple chart topping tracks within the UK and Africa.
The catchy song ‘Diary’ is produced by Killbeats and is one of many exciting projects coming from Fuse this year. Between building a school, launching an African dolls range for kids and a clothing line, Fuse is definitely smashing through his goals for 2017!