Ghanaian superstar based in the United Kingdom, Fuse ODG, known in real life as Nana Richard Abiona, has topped the charts once again in spectacular fashion.
The Off Da Ground frontman, who was the only Ghanaian on Spotify's African Chart with over a billion streams, has dominated the music charts once more.
Spotify, the world's largest music streaming service, has released a list of Ghanaian artists with over 10 million streams on their songs.
Fuse ODG amazingly had six of his songs listed as Ghanaian songs with over ten million streams. They include Boa Me - 57.8M+, Dangerous Love - 43.8M+, Million Pound Girl - 29M+, Lazy Day 24.3M+, Antenna - 14.89M+, and T.I.N.A - 14.20M+.
Top 10 Songs From Ghanaian 🇬🇭Artists with 10M+ streams on Spotify— Charts Ghana 🇬🇭 (@Charts_Ghana) September 22, 2021
Fuse ODG is currently promoting his song "On A Million" which featured South African legend Heavy-K.
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