- Burna Boy has not rested on his laurels this year despite having had a fabulous 2019
- Burna Boy has continued to take Nigerian music to an international stage
- English singer, Sam Smith, recently took to social media to announce the release of an upcoming collaboration with Burna Boy - My Oasis
- A number of people took to social media to react to the exciting news
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Music is something that brings people together regardless of colour, race or religion. A number of people have been known to bond with music no matter the language it is sung in as long as it touches them.
The entertainment industry no doubt has a number of great talents who have taken the country’s music to the world stage. One such entertainer is Grammy-nominated singer, Burna Boy.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the young man had an amazing year in the music industry in 2019 and many wondered if he would be able to surpass this feat in 2020. Well, the self-styled African Giant is obviously not resting on his laurels and has big plans for the year despite things slowing down due to the coronavirus.
Just recently, popular English singer, Sam Smith, took to social media to announce his collaboration with Burna Boy.
Smith shared a short snippet of their new song together titled My Oasis. The song is to be released on 30 July.
See Sam Smith’s post below:
After the English singer shared the news, a number of Nigerians took to social media to react to it. A number of fans used it as an opportunity to praise Nigerian musicians.
Read some comments below:
In other news, it was reported that Burna Boy took to social media to brag about his wealth.
According to Forbes, the 29-year-old Rivers-born Afrobeats singer is worth $3.5 million. He then took to Snapchat to react, saying that $3.5 million wouldn’t even cover his cars.
Reacting to the report, he revealed that his cars alone were worth more than that. The singer, who contemplated showing off his possessions, stated that it wasn't in his nature to do so.
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