Fuse ODG tells Ghanaian DJs to quit playing Nigerians songs
Fuse took to his Twitter handle to beg the other Ghanaian DJ to limit the way they play Nigerian songs at events and outings they cater for, advising that they play more local songs.
His post read that DJ’s should promote more of the underground acts the country has. He also stated that if Nigerians had the same opportunity they have, everyone knows what will happen.
See the tweet below:
Nana Richard Abiona better known by his stage name Fuse ODG, is a Ghanaian–English recording artist.
Born in London and raised in Ghana, Fuse returned to London for his secondary education; where he attended the Archbishop Lanfranc School, Croydon. He grew up in Mitcham, South London.
His debut album, T.I.N.A., an acronym for “This Is New Africa”, was released on 3 November 2014; and includes all five singles. The album peaked to number 25 on the UK Albums Chart, the album also peaked to number 63 in Scotland.
Fuse ODG turned down an offer to sing on the Band-Aid 30 project because he objected to the way the lyrics of the song portrayed the victims of the ongoing Ebola virus epidemic in West Africa, and Africa generally.