“We’re All One People” Says the UK Afrobeat Artist Who’s On A Mission To Make World Music

UK based Afro-Beat artist Fuse ODG recently sat down with Reshma B to discuss his recent collaborations with Jamaican dancehall stars Konshens and Elephant Man, and the Haitian-American superstar Wyclef Jean. Fuse, whose manager happens to be Jamaican, talks about how he linked up with Konshens for his “Million Pound Girl” Remix and how he tapped Di Energy God for the remix of his dance single “Azonto” But perhaps his biggest collabo to date is the remix of “Antenna” feature Wycelf. “That Fuse ODG, they don’t even know that in America. That’s over 8 million hits on YouTube and it’s No. 1 in the world charts and all of that,” Wyclef told Boomshots. “African music is no stranger to me. I’m all about fusion and now what’s coming out of Africa is actually making it back to America. The kids are definitely influenced by a lot of dancehall, a lot of reggae, and now a lot of dance music, so all of this fusion is coming together.”  Fuse also hopes to collaborate with Sean Paul in the future. “We’re All One People,” says the artist whose parents immigrated from Ghana to England. “To make world music—that’s the mission.” Video After The Jump…

Fuse ODG Interview Part 1 of 3: “We’re All One People”

Fuse ODG featuring Wyclef Jean “Antenna (Remix)”

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