- Top Nigerian singer, Damini ‘Burna Boy’ Ogulu, has undoubtedly been taking great steps in the right direction
- The Afro-fusion artiste recently appeared on the Daily Show with Trevor Noah and he even performed two of his hit tracks, Ye and Anybody
- A number of Nigerians have taken to social media to celebrate the singer
Nigerian music has been getting the best form of attention now more than ever as talented musicians do the country proud with their art.
In recent times, a number of artistes have infused Afrobeats into their music as they give in a modern twist which a number of foreign audiences find appealing.
Nigerian Afro-fusion artiste, Burna Boy, seems to be the name on everybody’s lips as he continues to achieve great feats back to back.
Just recently, the star was a guest on the Daily Show with Trevor Noah and he even performed two of his major hit tracks, Ye and Anybody. See a video of the performance below:
As expected, Nigerians who are known not to waste any time in celebrating one their own have taken to social media to react to the news.
See some comments below:
This is lovely! Nigeria to the world.
Just recently, YEN.com.gh reported that the Grammys' recently celebrated Burna Boy on their social media page.
It was explained that the Nigerian singer "is steadily ascending as a globally-loved superstar, with his smooth, rich vocals and infectious beats that blend traditional Afrobeat, dancehall, hip-hop, trap, and more.”
Meanwhile, from begging leftovers 15 years ago to coming back as an NBA Champhion to eat a full meal at the same restaurant in Congo, Congolese NBA Champion Serge Ibaka, recounts his journey to stardom in the most soul-touching manner. Serge Ibaka, took to his Twitter handle during a visit to his native country to post a video while urging people to trust in God’s will and plan for their life.
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