- Singer Burna Boy is not the only one who is super excited about his new body of work set to drop in a few days
- American music business mogul Diddy who was a co-executive producer on the album is also super hyped
- Diddy has been tweeting about the project titled Twice As Tall
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Singer Damini Ogulu aka Burna Boy is set to bless his fans all over the world with a brand new body of work in a matter of days.
The singer recently shared news of the project across his social media platforms and also announced its official release date as Friday, August 14.
Interestingly, the self-acclaimed African Giant is not the only one who is super pumped about the project which promises to reiterate his position as one of the best from the African continent.
American music executive Sean Combs aka P Diddy is thrilled about the Nigerian star’s project which he also worked on.
Diddy co-executive produced the Twice As Tall album alongside Burna Boy and his mother Bose Ogulu.
The top executive was said to have brought his fresh perspective to the album which was already 80% completed.
Well, Diddy did not just spend time working on the project, he is also really proud of what was accomplished and cannot seem to stop talking about it.
In a post shared on his Twitter page, the music icon tagged Burna Boy and noted that fans are not ready for what is coming.
Some other tweets on his timeline show the producer giving the album all the hype.
Read some of his tweets below:
In other related news about the Gbona crooner, it was reported that he got Nigerians buzzing on social media over his music collaboration with popular English singer, Sam Smith.
Smith had shared a short snippet of their new song together titled My Oasis. After the English singer shared the news, a number of Nigerians took to social media to react to it.
Fans also used it as an opportunity to praise Nigerian musicians.
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