Antenna

Album: Antenna (2013)
Charted: 7
  • Richard Abiona is a South Londoner of Ghanaian descent who records under the name of Fuse ODG. His musical journey began to gain momentum after a trip to Ghana in 2011 where he hooked up with producer Killbeatz and Ghanian female rapper Tiffany to create the international hit "Azonto." This is his second single, which was released after launching an international dance competition referred to as #AntennaDance.
  • The single was released in some territories with a guest vocal from Wyclef Jean, who is best known for being as a member of the acclaimed New Jersey 1990s hip hop group the Fugees.
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