Back on the road following a previous sold out UK tour, Fuse ODG is set to hit Manchester Academy on 16 November.

Fuse has recently released his latest single Top Of My Charts, produced by award winning Ghanaian producer Killbeatz and written by Fuse ODG in the U.S. while he was staying with friend and collaborator Wyclef. Top Of My Charts is his first foray into a full live recording. Singer-songwriter, producer, humanitarian and possibly one of the few people on the planet to say no to Sir Bob Geldof, Fuse ODG is one of the most thrilling new musical talents to emerge in years. Described by The Guardian as “blazing a trail for a new host of UK African artists”, Fuse ODG has not only cemented his standing as a pioneer for Afrobeats music, but is also fast becoming a mainstream star.

With five chart hits in as many singles to his name, the Ghanaian South Londoner has sold over a million plus records, been a near permanent fixture on the radio 1 playlist for over a year and achieved silver or gold status on three singles. Not to mention the fact he was nominated for an MTV EMA and BET awards, won MOBO awards in both 2013 and 2014, collaborated with Sean Paul and Wyclef, dined with Queen Elizabeth II, and garnered fans ranging from Tinie Tempah through to David Cameron and Jeremy Paxman.

Renowned for his high energy, engaging performances with his incredible live band this is a show not to be missed.

Fuse ODG performs at Manchester Academy on 16 November 2015.

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