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Fuse ODG Becomes First Ghanaian to Win Grammy Award

UK based, Ghanaian artiste Fuse ODG with his real names as Nana Richard Abiona has just won a Grammy award for his co-written work with globally recognised soul singer Ed Sheeran in his ‘Divide’ album, which got the Best Pop Vocal Album.
Nana Richard Abiona has just made history as the first Ghanaian to take home a Grammy award, after he co-won the ‘Best Pop Vocal of the Year award’ at the 60th award ceremony on Sunday night, 28th of January, which held at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

It seemed that the event heralded a year of firsts as it was also the first time that it would take place outside Los Angeles since 2003.

Fuse was credited for co-writing a song on the album which became a major hit, titled ‘Bibia be ye yie ‘ a song recorded in Ghana know 2017 and produced by killbeatz.

On announcements of the news, the Ghanaian artist took to his instagram page (@fuseodg) to express his delight at the award

“faacking hell.. Man’s a Grammy award-winning songwriter now. Thank you Ed for coming to Ghana.. Lol. What an honour. Excited for the future…. ”

Well Done Fuse! We Celebrate You!

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