Controversies about some ‘rip-off’ contract Ghanaian-UK based Afrobeat musician, Nana Richard Abiona, better known by his stage name Fuse ODG presented to talented female musicians eShun and Feli Nuna when he wanted to sign them went viral in the media space some months ago.
Even though they have been wild reports that the inability of the musician and producer to reach an agreement with these great musicians caused a rift between them, Fuse ODG has, however, disclosed in an interview on Radio Universe’s ‘Brunch2Lunch’ show hosted by Zionfelix that there is no problem at all.
The “Bra Fie” hitmaker made the point that the suggestions that they had any problems were first and foremost made up by a section of Ghanaian social media users and that he does not have any problem with Feli Nuna.
Fuse also revealed that he is ever ready to help her (Feli Nuna) should the “Galaway” hitmaker ever get in touch that she needs any form of help.
The Grammy and MOBO award-winning star also stressed that he is one of the musicians who is always willing to help great local talent blow up, which is the particular reason why all the songs on his yet to be launched album were recorded in Ghana with local engineers working on them.
Fuse ODG was on the show to speak about his upcoming “New Africa Nation” album launch which is slated for the +233 Jazz Bar and Grill, April 18 at 7 pm.
Watch the video of Fuse ODG making this revelation below: