Fresh from the massive UK chart success of "Antenna", Afrobeats pioneer Fuse ODG is back with an even bigger follow-up, "Azonto". Azonto is a Ghanaian traditional dance. Fuse ODG was born in London but grew up in Ghana. He let his mother country's dance become a viral phenomenon: just type "Azonto" on Youtube and see what happens. Everyone dances it, learns its moves, shakes arms and knees, rolls, jumps, frees all wildest body movements, organises flash mobs all over the most unimaginable places. The video is a virus that insinuates everywhere on each world's screen and creates an unstoppable chain reaction of homemade videos. Neither VIPs can resist to the Azonto's call. Prince William gave Azonto his royal touch, followed by UK Prime Minister James Cameron. Chris Brown, the professional football player Asamoah Gyan and all Arsenal players were caught dancing Azonto. And what about Jamaican legend Usain Bolt doing his Azonto victory dance at the 100m Men's Finals?! Everyone answers to it and dances his personal version of the song. The rhythm, the African colours and aromas are now ready to reach Italy with afro percussions and influences, together with a good pop hip-hop dose. Now watch me do my Azonto!
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