Burna Boy has released his Fifth Studio Album titled ‘Twice As Tall’.
The Nigerian entertainment industry is no doubt a very competitive one for a number of artistes but a few have been able to outrank the rest and carve a niche for themselves.
The year 2019 was also a very good one for top music star, Burna Boy, and many wondered if he would be able to outdo himself the following year.
However, things slowed down for a lot of entertainers in 2020 as the year took an interesting turn with various happenings all over the world, particularly because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite the loud mute in the industry, Burna Boy had been cooking something in the studio to bless his fans with another body of work.
The Grammy nominated star recently took to social media to reveal the name of his upcoming album as well as its release date.
The On The Low crooner named the album Twice As Tall which is executive produced by Diddy.
“Twice As Tall” is Burna Boy’s 5th Studio album, a follow up to; ‘African Giant’, ‘Outside’, ‘On A Spaceship’ and ‘L.I.F.E’ (Leaving an Impact For Eternity).
The new music project consists of 53 minutes playtime which consists of 15 tracks (including the lead single ‘Wonderful‘) with guest acts; Youssou N’Dour (Senegalese singer -songwriter), Naughty By Nature (American hip-pop trio).
Others include; Sauti Sol (Kenyan Afro-pop band), Chris Martin (English singer -songwriter) & Stormzy (British rapper). With productions from Timbaland, Mike Dean, Telz, Rexxie and LeriQ.
CANDIIDONLINE recalls that the singer recently got Nigerians buzzing over his music collaboration with popular English singer, Sam Smith.
Prior to its release Sam Smith had shared a short snippet of their new song together titled My Oasis. He released the song on July 30, 2020.
Burna Boy had earlier released his fourth studio album African Giant in July 2019. And it won Album of the Year at the 2019 All Africa Music Awards. I also earned him nomination for Best World Music Album at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards.
Six singles: “Gbona”, “On the Low”, Killin Dem”, “Dangote”, “Anybody” and “Pull Up” supported that album. He began recording the album in 2018. He told Billboard magazine the album is his most personal yet.