If the Nigerian Music Industry was a football game, Burna Boy is the man of the match. The Afrobeat elite has enough hit songs to last him for more than a decade.
In ten years, Burna Boy has gone from being the young rookie who stole our hearts with “Like to Party” in 2012 to winning a Grammy Award in 2021.
Whiel his own songs are on a different level of its own, we would be looking at Nigerian Songs the ‘African Giant’ was featured on and he delivered.
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Gba Gbe e- DJ Spinall
Released in 2016 off DJ Spinall’s “My Story” album, Burna takes up the mantle of delivering as he would on his personal song.
Amorawa- Wande Coal ft Burna Boy
Wande Coal and Burna Boy are a combination that should be encouraged. The two compliment themselves so well, we wish they would collaborate more often.
Miss You Bad- Mr Eazi
“Miss You bad” was Released in 2018 and criminally underrated song off Mr Eazi’s “Lagos to London”.
“Temper” was released in 2016 and the remix featured Burna who stole the show on the song. The fela-inspired soundtrack is one of Burna’s best collaboration.
Link Up, Phyno, M.I Abaga
If there one thing lovable about Burna is his verstality. Ther is no genre he can’t conquer, that why he is one of Nigeria’s bankable artists currently. The case is true on his feature on the Hip Hop track, “Link Up”
We Must Groove- 2Baba
“We Must Groove” is a magic collaboration between two GOATS in the industry, 2Baba and Burna. It’s a long awaited collaboration and the two doesn’t disappoint.
Baba Nla- Larry Gaaga, 2Baba, D’banj”
“Baba Nla” is another Fela-fused song that Burna has murdered. Despite the fact that 2Baba and D’banj are featured on the song, Burna still steals the spotlight.
Pull Up- Timaya ft Burna Boy
A Burna Boy and Timaya collaboration is another combo that fans need more of. Produced by kel P, “Pull Up‘ is another collaboration that Burna steals the spotlight.
While Burna rarely had much verse on “Ginger’, he almost stole the spotlight from Wizkid especially the part where he decides to modulates.
Comment Tu T’Appelle- LeriQ ft Dammy Krane, Moheed, Ozone
If you think Burna owns this song, its understandable because Burna’s verses makes it feels like that. He literally carried the song despite the remaining three artists featured on it.