Will Smith Mentions Fuse ODG & Burna Boy As Kings Of Afrobeats In #BelAir Series


Fuse ODG, Ghanaian singer based in the United Kingdom, has been dubbed the “King of Afrobeats.”

Famous celebrity Will Smith mentioned a list of Kings Of Afrobeats on the Afrobeats session on the famous BelAir Series, as Fuse ODG’s name was mentioned first, followed by Aya Nakamura, Burna Boy, and others.

Fuse ODG responded to the mention by posting the following;

Raaaa Raaaa Raaaah what an honour to be mentioned in the modern version of your favourite childhood show Fresh Prince. repping for the culture…The New Africa is here and it’s mad to see it come to fruition. It’s a worldwide movement 🌍 NEW MUSIC COMING 💥

#BelAir

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@willsmith

About BelAir.

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Concerning BelAir.

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is an American television sitcom created by Andy and Susan Borowitz that is loosely based on the life of Benny Medina. It first aired on NBC on September 10, 1990, and ran until May 20, 1996. Will Smith plays Will, a street-smart teenager born and raised in West Philadelphia who is sent to live with his wealthy uncle and aunt in their Bel-Air mansion after being bullied at his neighborhood playground. However, his way of life frequently clashes with that of his upper-class relatives.