2. ODG to Perform at MOBO Awards
“MOBO is happy to announce that three-time MOBO Award nominee Fuse ODG and Best Newcomer contender, Jahmene Douglas are the latest acts to be added to the all star line up confirmed to be gracing the stage at this year’s 18th anniversary MOBO Awards.
Both stars join Iggy Azalea, Laura Mvula, Rudimental, So Solid Crew and Tinie Tempah as confirmed performers with three more exciting acts to be revealed shortly.
Waving the flag for Africa, Ghanaian born and London raised Fuse ODG captivated the nation with his energetic performances and original creative conceptual songs.
Fuse ODG’s hit ‘Azonto’ took the world by storm and instantly became an internet sensation.”
AML artists, if you have a hit song and people can’t get enough of it, work that song in all ways possible i.e. merchandising, ringtones, film placements (synch agreements come into play), and so much more. If the people are not tired, you can’t get tired either are. Just saying.
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