Burna Boy Reveals He Speaks Through Music To Avoid Trouble | Watch
African superstar, Burna Boy has revealed he will most likely not comment on socio-political issues to avoid getting into trouble rather he will speak through music.
This was revealed in his latest interview with UN Departmental secretary, Amina Muhammed where, when asked “How do you speak to the world from your lived reality of seeing injustice around different forms”, Burna Boy replied with;
For me. I’m the most realistci and realist person you’ll ever meet. I don’t know to sugarcoat anything and I don’t know how to be politically correct. so this is why I usually don’t have this conversations, I just put them in music, if not, I’ll end up getting in trouble.
Watch his interview below:
In another news:
Burna Boy’s “Twice As Tall” Album Surpasses 175 Million Streams In 1 Month
Burna Boy’s critically acclaimed fifth album “Twice As Tall” has surpassed 175 million streams on all platforms.
Burna Boy’s “TWICE AS TALL” album has in the past month, achieved a total of over 175million streams with 25million YouTube streams, over 50million Audiomack streams, 34.5million streams on Spotify. Praised for its innovation, its Africanness, and most especially, its authenticity, the album has also domainated the Apple Music World with over 30million streams, Apple Music Africa boasts of 18.5million streams and Boomplay isn’t left out with 10.5million streams.
The album broke into and topped various music charts across the world within the first month of its release, peaking at Number 1 World Albums on Billboard charts. It has also snagged the number 1 spot in 59 countries on Apple Music, the number 1 spot in 13 countries on Itunes, while also peaking at Number 1 on the UK Itunes and Apple Music charts. It also topped most music charts across Africa and has held the number 1 spot on the UK Afrobeats chart for four weeks consecutively.
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