It’s safe to say that Afrobeats Star Fuse ODG is having the best time of his life.
His lifetime goal of starting a school has materialised. Over the weekend, he was joined by Grammy winning Musician Ed Sheeran at the school located in Akosombo in the Eastern Region.
ODG and his manager, Andre Hackett raised funds through community projects in collaboration with WorldWide Missions, a charity organisation.
The school accommodates some 300 children, most of them orphans or from broken homes.
“I’m super excited about this project,” the ‘Antenna’ hitmaker told Live FM‘s Vanessa Gyan in an interview. “This isn’t about publicity for me or my team. It was emotional seeing these kids running around with smiles all on their faces.”
Fuse ODG is currently working on a new album which will include a collaboration with Grammy winning singer Ed Sheeran. The latter spent sometime in Ghana recording with the ‘Only’ hitmaker.
The 3-time Music Of Black Origin (MOBO) African Artiste of the Year winner made history early this year as the first Afrobeats artiste to perform in India during the opening of the ninth edition of the India Premier league.
He also performed at the Coachella Festival this year alongside Major Lazer.
Source – livefm