Buju is the force of afro-fusion sensational artists at the moment in the Nigerian music industry.
Buju is a promising and near-perfect vocal artist, whose sound can be described as a representation of the afro-fusion genre, considering the fact that he is linked with Burna Boy diversity that he is familiar with.
The 22-year-old Daniel Benson, popularly known as Buju transcend into the interest of industry giants at the early beginning, with a very unique voice and style.
However, Buju is rapidly gaining recognition as the new viral sensations coming out with fresh, and innovative appealing styles.
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In his early entrance on the scene of the Nigerian music industry in 2019, Buju secured such a music street hop poster boy and highly acclaimed Zlatan Ibile for one of his songs titled ‘Spiritual’
Zlatan ushered in the intro with his usual “Ayiii (Jo’mo) Kapaichumarimarichupaco” delivering a stellar indigenous rap in the last verse.
In 2019, Buju released an EP titled “To Your Ears” the EP consists of two dope singles including “L’Enu and Ohema.
On April 16, 2020, Buju bagged a recording deal to Burna Boy‘s record label, Spaceship Records, alongside Burna Boy‘s sister Nissi Ogulu.
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Buju career highlight was Burna Boy jumping on the remix of “L’Enu,”
Over the last year in Spaceship, Buju has gone from a viral sensation to one of Nigeria’s young music stars pushing afro-fusion to new heights.
And in recent times, Buju sparks up to the chart, dominating it with stellar collaborations; Ladipoe‘s new single titled ‘Feeling’ with a great assist from him became the number #1 song in the country, while his collaboration with Blaqbonez maintains number #2 after holding it at number #1 for weeks.