Fuse ODG explains the “TINA” movement

Tagged as the Ghanaian musician who single handedly sold Azonto music to the world, Fuse ODG has explained reasons behind the abbreviations TINA which has now turned a worldwide movement. TINA which he explains as “This Is New Africa” has so far had endorsements from musicians worldwide including Haitian Wyclef Jean who featured in the Antenna remix and starred in the video which was shot in Ivory Coast. This, he believes is a sign of more Africans shifting towards the New Africa movement

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Explaining the call for this movement in an interview with NY DJ on Kapital Radio, Fuse ODG said he was forced to clear the erroneous impression created by the foreign world with regards to Africa and music as Africa was not the same. Citing musicians such as himself, Sarkodie, P Square and so many others, he believed there were very positive things about Africa than the foreign world “showing pictures of kids with flies all over their mouth”

Fuse ODG who recently spent few days in Ghana is set to collaborate with Wyclef on another huge movement which NY DJ Live will disclose just when everything goes through.