Following the immense success of his track 'Azonto' which inspired a YouTube dance craze frenzy, Ghanaian-British singer/ rapper Fuse ODG releases a video for his upcoming new single 'Antenna' featuring Wyclef Jean due out on June 2nd 2013.
The video features Fuse singing and dancing in a rainy English street while a group of young fans show off their dance moves in what is made to look like an improvised dance-off. Meanwhile, Fuse dances with an attractive young female who could represent the romance in the lyrics. The song is an upbeat dance number with a highly catchy choral tune, passionate lyrics and a vibe that defies you to sit still for longer than 30 seconds. It may not be able to compete with the likes of 'Azonto', but it doesn't try to; it just brings a summery, positive Afrobeats flavour to the British music scene.
Fuse ODG accumulated more than 20 million views on YouTube with the help of his epic video for 'Azonto' which shows two masked dancers attempting to teach people on the street the Ghanaian dance fad. With such a high-spirited attitude to music, we are sure to see a lot more of Fuse in the future with him having bagged fans in Tinie Tempah, Radio 1 and Wyclef Jean already.
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