BB Skys – a young thriving artiste from Ghana has some relevant opinions about panafricansim and Fuse’s vision and we think it makes sense. Fuse ODG from the very onset of his music career, has been about portraying Africa in a good light. Over the years, he has been able to work his vision of a ‘New Africa’ so well, through several conscientising songs amidst other humanitarian projects in Ghana.
His most recent single with Damian Marley titled Bra Fie is a plea for expatriates in the diaspora to return and pay visits to their motherland. It is in this regard, that BB Skys, an upcoming Ghanaian artiste who is equally passionate about panafricansimmakes his point.
He describes Fuse’s song as a quest to re-unite with the culture that is now defunct in most expatriates. According to BB SKYS, Fuse’s project is a direction several artistes ought to follow with their energies and craft. ‘In an era like this, where Fuse’s song is booming, Sarkodie amongst others could make songs reiterating the same message so as to solidify the call for African expatriates to the continent. Imagine the benefits. At best, that would be a good tourism plea and a good way to tap into the diasporadical audience’.
Bb Skys’s song Africa Unite, is also a call to sensitize Africans over the need to take charge of affairs and not rely hopelessly on leaders who have no plan for progress.
Watch the studio session of Africa Unite – https://youtu.be/0xQWpfC6a5g