Early 2013,a viral song was released all over the internet titled "Azonto", which came with a dancing step. The Azonto dance is a communicative dance believed to originate from "Apaa" which literally means to work. Apaa was used to show the profession of an individual.
The Azonto dance was associated with some great feeling that make you dance for more. Not a single day will pass without seeing someone dancing Azonto. The next thing they do is to start doing the Azonto steps which involves, twisting the right foot continuously right to left while the right hand is raise up and down and the right hand crosses the left hand up and down. The Azonto dance really put a smile on people's faces because the dance was easy to learn and suitable for all kind of music.
Nana Richard Abiona also known by his stage name Fuse Odg,is a British-Ghanaian recording artist born on 2 December 1988. He's best known for his single "Antenna" which was released on 2 June 2013 and on 29 September he released another single "Azonto", featuring Tiffany.
Nana Richard has released so many albums such as "Dangerous love"," Boa me" and the rest featuring some American artist such as Sean Paul. He's currently single.
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