Why Burna Boy shouldn’t be compared to Wizkid

    This is why Burna Boy shouldn’t be compared to in the industry.

    Both are legends on their own path and grammy award winners with 4 nominations each, making good music and creating records for the movement of Afrobeats, and here is why Burna Boy shouldn’t be compared to Wizkid.

    Burna Boy shouldn’t be compared to Wizkid
    Burna Boy shouldn’t be compared to

    Obviously, it’s been a decade since WizKid surfaced in the Nigeria music scene, and yet consciously binding his name into afrobeat history with made in Lagos album.

    Almost, 7 years ago since Drake’s ‘One Dance‘ happened, arguably one of the biggest songs in the world, introducing him and broadening the audience.

    The contract with Sony basically stipulates that he continues to play for a global range, a type of music that would barely connect locally perhaps, hankering tremendously on the Caribbean influences as seen on ‘Come Closer.

    had always been a risk-taker, introducing sounds at his pace, and relatively considered as the blueprints to a majority of the newbies in the industry.

    Gradually, has been able to fuse both the local audience into the new sound, which rarely happens but then it’s and yeah!

    On the other hand, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, rose to prominence in 2012 and became a global force around 2018, arguably the biggest Afrobeat Artiste of the new generation

    He signed with Bad Habit/Atlantic Records, where it all started in 2017, on this notation, we’ll highlight the records that edge him towards the threshold of the biggest afrobeat artiste of this generation.

    Burna Boy released his fourth studio album titled on July 26, 2019, by Atlantic Records, Warner Music and Spaceship Entertainment.

    Burna Boy is the first artiste to earn back to back Grammy nominations will also be the first-ever afrobeat act in history to perform at the event.

    In 2022, Burna had toured the world more than any afrobeat artistes, giving the audience a very scintillating worthy performance.

    The event, they described as an undisputed highlight throughout the series is a sold-out three-night run by the ‘star boy’  on November 28, 29 and December 1st 2021.

    In support of the album package,  embarked on the Made in Lagos Tour, and between made history at the 3 sold-out O2 gigs, no African artists have sold the O2 arena for three straight nights.

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