KLOF DAT is an Afro pop singer who doubles as a fashion designer. As the younger brother of the British musician of Ghanaian descent, Fuse ODG, who is best known for his 2013 hit single “Antenna” and “Azonto”, Bernard Oppong known by his stage name as KLOF comes from a family that has a strong interest and passion for music.
KLOF and his siblings were integral members of their church choir, where they always took lead roles in ministrations. As a young man who’s very passionate about music and the desire to nurture his talent, he has been understudying his big brother Fuse ODG even before he (Fuse ODG) made it to mainstream music.
The “mulch-talented” KLOF is a young fashion designer who clothes his big brother Fuse ODG occasionally.
As someone who’s committed to what he does and has a desire to succeed, he together with some friends have managed to establish a record label, DAT records to support their cause.
Klof believes in Africa and it’s even evident in his fashion works and the music he does. He again represents his belief in Africa in his stage name KLOF, which is an acronym for Kente Life of Fashion. It is therefore not surprising that he supports and champions the cause of the TINA movement which is also an acronym for “THIS IS NEW AFRICA” pioneered by his brother Fuse ODG.
TINA is a concept which urges Africans in the Motherland and the diaspora to rebuild their community and show to the world the beautiful side of Africa. His debut single “Screw” which is expected to be released soon featuring stay J of “Wope no yenko nkoaa” fame.
He’s done several tracks with other high profile musicians in the game which would be released next year 2015. He sings about love and is also very inspirational in his lyrics and music.