“Fuse ODG”, is a groundbreaking Ghanaian-English afrobeats recording artist who has achieved huge commercial crossover over the last decade becoming one of the most succesful artists of his genre to hit the mainstream.
Making his successful entrance into the Music industry in 2013, he released his debut single “Antenna”. The song peaked at number 7 on the UK Singles Chart ; eight years later (2021), has made a huge comeback on social media platform TikTok, solidifying Fuse’s ability to create unforgettable timeless tracks.
Fuse’s talent is demonstrated time and time again, creating multiple tracks that have peaked on the UK singles charts such as “Million Pound Girl (Badder Than Bad)”, dance craze “Azonto”, “Dangerous Love” featuring Sean Paul, “T.I.N.A” featuring Angel, as well as global anthem “Light It Up” (Major Lazer) which surpassed 1 billion streams on Spotify alone in 2021.
Fuse has one multiple awards including the coveted MOBO, ‘Best African Act’ twice, African Muzik Magazine “Best Male Diaspora”, Afro-pop song of the year with the hit “Million Pound Girl (Badder Than Bad), “Afro-Pop Song of the Year” (Antenna) at Ghana Music Awards.
Fuse has made recent history being the first Ghanaian to win a Grammy Award (co-writing Ed Sheeran’s “Divide” album); helping re-enforce his mission to change the perception of Africa.