Ghanaian-UK Afrobeats singer, Nana Richard Abiona, famed as Fuse ODG has stated that it would be fitting to use his song, ‘Bra Fie’ as the official song for the Homecoming.
Ghanaian UK-based singer, Fuse ODG, has remarked his firm interest for his song to be used as the official jam for the homecoming.
He emphasized the many voices who have called for his power-tune to be used as the official song for the ‘Year of Return.” While indicating that “it was actually a coincidence.”
Fuse ODG featured Bob Marley’s son, Damian Marley on his latest song christened ‘Bra Fie’. He remarked that Damian is an incredibly powerful personality to work with.
“I needed to work with Damian because he is so passionate about Africa being our home. We already had a conversation about coming home, but black people feel separated. He even wants to retire in Ghana. So he really feels connected to the continent,” Fuse ODG reiterated on Starr Drive.
The ‘Antenna’ hitmaker highlighted his mission to help change perceptions about blacks. He launched his line of black dolls, “Nana Dolls” with a historical background to increase black representation and change negative stereotypes about Africans.
“Everything we do is tangible. The dolls are tangible, and it’s all to fulfill our mission of self-love. All these ideas come to us wanting to install self-love in our people. When you go to doll stores all you see is white dolls, and [the] few blacks isn’t pretty, they look very scary. So we wanted to make something very pretty and equivalent to the barbie dolls but this time black dolls and each doll has a historical book.”
He also added that the dolls will not only change worldviews but to also educate the younger ones to know the historical background of great leaders.
He urged girls to be strong and brave like past leaders.
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