Fuse ODG has explained on ‘Showbiz Agenda’ on Zylofon 102.1 FM with Arnold Mensah Elavanyo why black parents are now proud to come out clearly to project the African culture.
“It is now our turn. We are grown and have now become parents and by encouraging our kids to be proud of who they are, we are now encouraging our kids to wear African fabrics and learn to speak the African languages as well whereas when our parents took us over, we were trying to fit into the British style but now we are teaching our kids to be African even on the British soil as well as learn how to speak the Ghanaian language. That is the new mentality of parents.” The award winning artiste said as he made claim to the fact that it is very necessary to teach our kids to be African.
Nana Richard Abiona, better known by his stage name Fuse ODG, is a Ghanaian-English hip hop recording artist and has songs such as, “Antenna”, “Azonto”, “Dangerous Love” and others to his credit.