British – Ghanaian singer Fuse ODG was on Capital Xtra recently to discuss a variety of issues including his recent collaboration with singer Ed Sheeran, forthcoming album, the fight to push Afrobeats to mainstream prominence in the UK among others.
Speaking to OAP Yinka, he pointed out that his new album “New Africa Nation” further augments his desire to correct stereotypes of Africa in his own small way. He also touched on hosting Ed Sheeran in Ghana, as well as charity projects he has been involved in, especially here in Ghana.
Fuse (born Nana Richard Abiona) gained global recognition with his 2013 hits “Antenna” and “Azonto”, the TINA frontman has constantly sought to correct various stereotypes about Ghana, and by extension, Africa. His debut album TINA ( This Is New Africa) was released in November 2014 and peaked at number 25 on the UK Albums Chart. He has also been associated with such global music icons including Wyclef Jean, Elephant Man, Sarkodie, Sean Paul, Shatta Wale, Ed Sheeran,and Major Lazer.
Watch the full interview below: