Burna Boy Releases 7th Studio Album ‘I Told Them’

Burna Boy Releases 7th Studio Album ‘I Told Them’

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Nigerian music sensation Burna Boy has unleashed his highly anticipated seventh studio album, titled “I Told Them…”. The album, comprising fifteen tracks, is a testament to Burna Boy’s musical prowess and his determination to push creative boundaries.

This latest musical offering features an impressive lineup of collaborations and previously released tracks, showcasing Burna Boy’s diverse influences. Notable tracks include “Sittin’ On Top Of The World,” featuring the acclaimed 21 Savage, “Big 7,” and “Cheat On Me” with the British artist Dave. The album also boasts a unique rendition of Byron Messia’s hit “Talibans.”

Burna Boy teams up with prominent American rappers to infuse his Afrobeat foundation with the energy of hip-hop. Collaborations with J. Cole, GZA, and RZA inject new dimensions into the album, demonstrating Burna Boy’s ability to seamlessly blend genres.

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This creative exploration signifies a pivotal moment in his musical journey, expanding the horizons of Afrobeats. Burna Boy’s distinctive celebration of African culture, evident in his magnetic stage presence and enthralling compositions, takes an exciting twist with “I Told Them…”. Drawing inspiration from the hip-hop genre, Burna Boy’s fusion of influences points to a promising evolution in the Afrobeats landscape.

This audacious approach is sure to captivate a global audience, solidifying Burna Boy’s position as an innovative force in the music industry. The album’s eclectic nature is further highlighted by the impressive collaborations. The inclusion of 21 Savage on “Sittin’ on Top of The World” channels the infectious spirit of 90s New York bounce. “Thanks” features the legendary J. Cole, while Dave from the UK lends his talent to “Cheat on Me.”

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The nod to Burna Boy’s childhood idols, GZA and RZA from the iconic Wu-Tang Clan, adds a nostalgic layer to the album. Additionally, Burna Boy’s collaboration with Byron Messia on “Talibans” draws from the reggae genre, showcasing his versatility.

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Somto Bisina
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Bisina Somto is an entertainment journalist known for her compelling movie, music, and Reality TV show reviews.

Her insightful analyses and nuanced viewpoints captivate readers, demonstrating her prowess in covering various aspects of the entertainment realm.

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