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Hit play on Fuse's new song made to help the Ebola crisis.
Last month Fuse ODG wrote a powerful letter explaining why he turned down the opportunity to appear alongside Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith and One Direction in this year's Band Aid 30 song.
The 'Dangerous Love' singer revealed that the lyrics in 'Do They Know It's Christmas' contradict the message that he tries to send about Africa through his 'TINA' (This Is New Africa) movement and that he would help raise funds for Ebola another way.
Today, that way has arrived. Fuse has released a new song and video titled 'Letter To TINA' to help raise money to battle the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.
"Tired of the way that they portray you in the media, so i'm trying to bring change to the way in the way that they see ya/ They need to know you're a leader, mother who gave birth to the children of Africa" Fuse sings on the track.
The end of the video shows a heart-warming speech Fuse ODG made when he accepted and award at this year's MOBO Awards.
Click here to download Letter To TINA on iTunes.