Nigerian sensational singer, Burna Boy, has revealed that he experienced xenophobic attack during his last visit to South Africa. Burna, who was speaking on the killings of Nigerians in South Africa, said he experienced xenophobic attacks in 2017 and decided never to visit the country till the government resolves the situation and unites Africa. In a series of tweets on his Twitter page, Burna called out South African rapper, AKA over his recent comments on the attacks even as he warned MI Abaga over his allegiance to AKA. He further warned Nigerians in South Africa to protect and defend themselves with all they have. Burna Boy wrote: “Ok. I have been away from social media personally until today. Ordinarily at a time like this, I should come here and say something to try
Burna Boy aka African Giant, is here with the music video for “Pull Up”. The single fills in as the eleventh track off his exceptionally commended collection ‘African Giant‘ and furthermore the 6th video off the LP. The singer isn’t halting at any point in the near future, he is presently doing monstrous numbers on advanced stages and furthermore, he’s had meetings with such a significant number of greats recently. At long last, the music video was shot by Meji Alabi. https://youtu.be/bMyrBds_9Zc
English artist and lyricist, Jorja Smith discharges a shiny new song tagged “Be Honest” highlighting the singerr, Burna Boy. The singer was included on Burna Boy’s ‘African Giant’ collection, they made enchantment and served one of the extraordinary singles off the LP. Besides, the singer is dealing with her approaching task and it’s relied upon to drop at any point in the near future. Download Jorja Smith feat. Burna Boy – ‘Be Honest’ below. DOWNLOAD VIA: https://orcd.co/behonest
Popular Mavin producer, Don Jazzy has hinted that Wizkid, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, and Yemi Alade may be winning the Grammy’s award this year. Don Jazzy made the statement following Beyoncé’s latest album featuring Wizkid, Yemi Alade, and Tiwa Savage. DAILY POST recalls that Beyoncé on Thursday unveiled the track-list of her album which featured six Nigerian pop-stars including Yemi Alade, Burna Boy, Mr. Eazi, Tekno, Wizkid, and Tiwa Savage. The Grammy award-winning singer had disclosed that she worked with Wizkid, Tiwa Savage and African artistes because she wanted to ensure that she worked with the best from Africa and not just sample sounds from Africa. Speaking to ABC Information, she said: “This soundtrack is a love letter to Africa and I wished to ensure we discovered
Burna Boy performed to a sold-out audience of 6000 people at the just concluded Afropunk Festival, Paris which was held at La Seine Musicale Cultural Center, Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris. Burna Boy who went on stage at about 6:15 pm to a packed hall and fans singing his lyrics from beginning to end even his ad libs, with his set lasting for 50 minutes. A fan handed him a crown made of cowries which he wore to perform the encore of YE. No doubt this has been a tremendous year for Burna Boy so far and we are really excited about the African Giant album scheduled to drop on the 26th of July 2019.
https://youtu.be/so4dgTRaWFk Burna Boy, who is currently on his African Giant tour where, so far, he has performed in multiple cities in Africa, Europe and America, releases his new single ‘Anybody’. In this song, we see his trademark display of star energy, literally and figuratively. In what may be the most personal song we have heard from the afrofusion artiste in recent months, ‘Anybody’ addresses respect, growth, reputation, and, more importantly, recognizing who you are and taking charge. The music comes from a place deep within the artiste, chronicling his journey to where he is today, while addressing paying his dues and rightly so. Simply put, OluwaBurna, as he fondly calls himself, is saying the energy you give is the energy you get and he has switched it up. In t
The winners from the just concluded Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA 2019) has been announced. The biggest names in the Ghanaian and African music gathered at the new dome of the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) for the 20th edition of the Awards Nigeria’s Burna Boy won the African artiste of the year. Highlife Song of the Year – Shatta Wale – ‘My Level’ Hiplife Song of the Year – Yaa Pono – ‘Obiaa Wone Master’ feat Stonebwoy Gospel Song of the Year – Diana Hamilton – ‘Mo Ne Yo’ Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year – Shatta Wale – ‘Gringo’ Afropop Song of the Year – Guilty Beatz – ‘Akwaaba’ feat Mr Eazi, Pappy Kojo & King Promise Hip hop Song of the Year – Kwesi Arthur – ‘Anthem’ Gospel Artist of the Year