Osibisa, a Ghanaian-British Afro-Rock band, emerged from London in the late 1960s, founded by four expatriate West African and three Caribbean musicians. They achieved remarkable success and longevity among African-heritage bands in London and played a significant role in establishing world music as a popular genre. Their unique fusion of African, Caribbean, jazz, funk, rock, Latin, R&B, and highlife elements captivated audiences worldwide.