London based Ghanaian musician, Richard Nana Abiona known by his stage name, Fuse ODG has just released his much-anticipated project, “Road to Ghana EP Vol 1”. For the first time, this project features an all-star lineup of all Ghanaian artists including M.anifest, Toy Boy, Efya, Kwesi Arthur, Article Wan, and Quamina Mp.
The 6 track EP has been trending on social media since its release because of it’s relatability to the Ghanaian lifestyle. The EP also features two towns in Accra, the capital city of Ghana, Osu and Adabraka as the titles of the 3rd and 4th songs respectively.
The tracklist of the project:
Timeless (feat. Kwesi Arthur)
Serious (feat. Quamina Mp and Article Wan)
Osu (feat. Toy Boy)
Adabraca (feat. Efya)
Buried Seeds (feat. M.anifest)
“Throughout my career, I have done many collaborations with artists, mostly with artists who are outside of Africa. Road to Ghana is my first project that is solely and purely concentrating on Ghana and Ghanaian talent. It is a project that is very much inspired by Ghana’s Year of Return initiative and pushing the local sound and vibe to the world,” shares Fuse ODG who is also one of Ghana’s Tourism Ambassadors and the producer of TINA Festival, a 3 day event that celebrates Afrobeat and African music, fashion and culture.
The Road to Ghana is available on all digital music platforms for stream and download. The first video to release is Timeless, the collaboration with Kwesi Arthur.
Road to Ghana, Vol. 1 – EP by Fuse ODG
“This year, more than ever, there has been an unprecedented international focus on Ghana. Through my music and platform, I have always strongly advocated for Africans throughout the diaspora, especially artists, to come together to help build the continent. I am excited to bring together this vision with the release of Road to Ghana as well as with TINA Festival, my project held in partnership with Ghana Tourism Authority that will close out the Year of Return and feature live performances, a Kente Party, business summit and a community building day of service,” adds Fuse ODG.