This one has been out for a while but the video just dropped complete with new verse from Guinness made of black competition winner Stanley Enow. It’s got that signature Fuse ODG catchiness and some great bars from Olamide.
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As 2013 comes to a close, it’s time for our Top 20 tunes of the year. This year more than others we feel that there is a growing scene with various radio shows, labels and DJ’s playing more and more of the music we love. There has been a lot more attention payed towards Africa, Soca finally getting more shine and Dancehall moving more and more into the mainstream. There may have not been a big crossover song but instead there has been many a song which has caught the imagination of the public. We have certainly seen a shift in our raves where people are demanding we play stuff that a few years ago they would have looked a bit lost at. Let’s hope that this momentum continues with more and more exposure to the World Carnival sound. This list has been based on the tunes that we have been playing out at our numerous raves, listening to at HDD Headquarters and generally being the best ones out this year.
Rizzla & Blk Adonis Batty Jack
O Money Pull Up
Bunji Garlin Differentology
Burna Boy Yawa Dey
Mavado March Out
Red Fox Hot Like Fiyah
Tarrus Riley To The Limit
Ice Prince feat Burna Boy, Yung L & Olamide Gimme Dat
Wiz Kid Jaiye Jaiye
French Montana feat Nicki Minaj Freaks
Mafikizolo feat Uhuru Khona
Specialist & Ishawna Do For Love
Charly Black & J Capri Whine & Kotch
Macka Diamond Dye Dye
Vybz Kartel School
Dubbel Dutch Dip So
Drake feat Majid Jordan Hold On We’re Going Home
Aidonia Tip Pon Yuh Toe
For some reason this is the b side to Million Dollar Girl. It might be my favourite Fuse song in a while, both parties excel on this track. Not fully an azonto track, not fully an afro-pop song but infectious with it’s various stabs and another catchy chorus.
So after the success of Antenna Fuse is back with erm Azonto, his earlier hit. This time it comes with a different set of remixes. The one that caught our attention is from the one and only Jus Now. They teamed up with Kerwin Prescott and Serocee for a soca take on this classic song.
Hopefully this shall do as well in the charts as Antenna, is a really good song. One of our highlights as DJ’s (Kazabon & Hootie Who) was DJing for Fuse when this song first came out. He took command of a hesitant Camden crowd and got everyone doing the Azonto.
Back in May we joined Kiss My Teeth residents Can You Felix and Dizzietron at The Roundhouse in Camden for their first London event as part of Roundhouse Rising. We performed alongside AJ Holmes & The Hackney Empire and Fuse ODG – we even did the Azonto behind the decks as Fuse’s backing dancers/djs. The night was a lot of fun with great performances from all of the acts and a booty shaking contest with more booty than we bargained for!