Award winning UK-based Ghanaian musician Nana Richard Abiona, popularly known as Fuse ODG, despite his fame and glory is single.
The musician, who has enjoyed music success in the UK and Ghana, is single and has no plan to mingle.
In spite of the popular saying that “behind every successful man, there is an amazing woman”, the “Antenna” hit maker says he is single and focusing on his music for now.
Speaking in a one-on-one interview with Doreen Avio on “Let’s Talk Entertainment” on JoyNews on MultiTV from his one-million-dollar mansion in East Legon, Accra, Fuse ODG said his amazing woman is his mother.
“I am single and focusing on my music but definitely behind every successful man, there is an amazing woman and that amazing woman is my mum. My mum pushes me in everything I do and she is always praying for me. It’s nice to have a woman like my mum who has got my back.”
Fuse ODG however says he believes everything happens for a reason but eventually he is sure he will meet the right person at the right time.
The musician urged ladies to rather pray to God to talk to him so he finds one of them. “They should talk to God to talk to him about them, which is the only way it will work, you have to pray to God and he will approve you.”
Asked about music and his TINA movement, the Million Pound Girl singer said his movement “is doing well especially by putting Ghana out there.”
He has so far collaborated with international acts like Wyclef and Sean Paul. He hopes to do more of such collaborations this year.
Fuse ODG said he is currently working on a new album and hopes to stage the “TINA Festival” in Ghana later this year.
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