Fuse ODG (Ghanaian Singer)
Fuse ODG BIOGRAPHY
Born on December 2, 1988, Nana Richard Abiona, also known by his stage name Fuse ODG, is an English-Ghanaian singer, songwriter, and rapper.He is well recognised for his appearances on Major Lazer’s “Light It Up (Remix)” and for his tracks “Antenna” and “Dangerous Love”.
EARLY LIFE AND EDUCATION
Following his upbringing in Ghana, Fuse, returned to London to complete his secondary school at the Archbishop Lanfranc School in Croydon. Mitcham, South London, is where he was raised. Since he is well-known for fusing together unconventional musical genres including Afro-pop, hip-hop, R&B, funk, and rock, his stage name, “Fuse,” derives from this fusion of sounds. Conversely, “ODG” stands for “Off Da Ground.”
A record called “Antenna” by Fuse ODG was released on August 23, 2012. It peaked at number 7 on the UK Singles Chart and number 85 on the Irish Singles Chart. He released the single “Azonto” on October 27, 2011, and it reached at number 30 on the UK Singles Chart. He received the MOBO Award’s 18th Anniversary’s “Best African Act” honour on October 19, 2013.
All five of the tracks from his debut album, T.I.N.A. (short for “This Is New Africa”), were released on November 3, 2014, and reached as high as number 25 on the UK Albums Chart and number 63 in Scotland. Fuse
He made an appearance on Tinchy Stryder’s song “Imperfection” in April 2015. He released the single “Only” in July of 2015. Angel’s track “Leyla” features him. July 17, 2015, saw the release of the song.He released the single “Top of My Charts” on September 4, 2015.He worked with Indian rapper Badshah and British Asian singer Zack Knight in 2016. Together, they created the soundtrack for the African-Indian film Bombae.
Fuse ODG has a net worth of approximately 5 million dollars
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