Afro-Fusion sensational, Burna Boy is set to released his brand studio album, titled “Twice as Tall” which was earlier anticipated to be released by July. The new hit is a song that makes the listener proud to be black and African, as it engages from deep within. The New Album is set to be released on 13th August,2020 and everyone is set to get the hit.
In April 2019, Burna Boy embarked on the African Giant tour, stopping in several U.S cities and performing at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in California and the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York City. In July 2019, he announced he would embark on the African Giant Returns tour to support the album. This tour featured live concerts across Canada, the United States, Belgium, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. The African Giant Returns tour was scheduled to begin on Friday, August 9, at the Rebel concert venue in Toronto.
However, the Rebel gig was cancelled at the last minute and rescheduled for the following Sunday. Writing for Now newspaper, Sumiko Wilson gave the gig a positive review, praising Burna Boy’s performance and saying he had “traces of Fela Kuti’s signature electric stage presence”. Aniefiok Ekpoudom of The Guardian gave a five out of five-star review of the concert at the Wembley Arena in London, writing it “has the feeling of a coronation of Nigeria’s latest musical king”.
With his supremely catchy Afro-fusion and a new album due 13th August, 2020. The Nigerian songwriter, singer and rapper makes music as a true global citizen.Burna Boy the Nigerian songwriter, singer and rapper who was born Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu once thought he’d be content writing the sleek, self-assured party tunes that first drew fans to his mixtapes in the early 2010s. But as his popularity spread worldwide, the spirits who guide his songwriting had other plans for him. Soon, he was taking up broader, more consequential ideas.
Music is a spiritual thing,” he said in an interview via video call from his studio in Lagos. Wearing a white Uber jersey and puffing a hand-rolled smoke, with jeweled rings glittering on his fingers, Burna Boy spoke about his fifth album, “Twice as Tall,” which was still getting some finishing touches ahead of its 13th August, 2020. release date.Success has brought him “a very huge responsibility that I didn’t think I would have,” he added. For his new album, he said, he’s “basically continuing the mission I started, which is building a bridge that leads every Black person in the world to come together, and to make you understand that without you having a home base, you can’t be as strong as you are.”