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Burna Boy Greatest Features (Local and International)



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Burna Boy Features

FEATURES, Burna Boy is one of the most featured artists and this is evident in his craft so far. Away from his local collaborations, Burna Boy is a big believer in breaking boundaries and spreading the tentacles of Afrobeats globally.

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Oluwadamini Ogulu is one strong-willed artist, who through his music, preaches love, unity, and freedom, In celebration of the Afrobeats icon (Burna Boy), we have prepared a list consisting of some of his best features. Peep the list below:


1. “Ayepo Remix” – Airboy Boy feat. Burna Boy

AIRBOY brings the Afro sound we all love, with a special feature from international superstar, Burna Boy, on the hit “AYEPO REMIX”. Produced by the same hands behind NAWO NAWO, AQUILA RECORDS resident producer PHANTOM, “AYEPO REMIX” provides the same sound we love from the original, with a brilliant addition of Burna Boy to the vocals.

The “AYEPO REMIX” video delivers a flashback to 1960’s Lagos, Nigeria. Complete with vibrant colors, eclectic wardrobe, and plenty of dancing to light the scene. Shot by famed cinematographer, Adassa Cookey, Ayepo Remix provides an eyeful of exciting imagery, and features cameo appearances by label-mate BASE ONE, and QUE PELLER. As well as a cameo appearance from label-owner, and acclaimed entrepreneur, Shina Peller.



2. “Temper Remix” – Skales feat. Burna Boy

Off the album, The Never Say Never GuySkales teams up with Odogwu himself to bring us this conscious song, basically advising Lagosians to calm down and relax, as they go about their day-to-day activities. Lagos is generally known for its hustle and bustle, but the only way to stay sane in such a city is by keeping calm.

Produced by Krizbeatz, some parts of this song were adapted from Afro-Beat pioneer, Fela Anikulapo’s “Sorrow, Tears, and Blood“.


3. “Ginger” – Wizkid feat. Burna Boy

If you want make i ginger give me the kokoro, Mako je bi Jollof…‘ The catchy lyrics keep bouncing in your head no matter how much you try to distract yourself from it.

Two kings coming together on a track like this is not something we see every day. Big Wiz features his industry brother, Burna Boy on “Ginger”, Off his 4th studio album, Made In Lagos. Following the postponement of the Album release for close to a Year, Wizkid chooses October 30th to Release the most anticipated Album of the year.

Ginger was co-produced by Kel-P and P2J. With the video directed by Meji Alabi (A JM Film Production)… Enjoy!


4. “Amorawa” – Wande Coal ft Burna Boy

Amorawa as the name implies (We know ourselves) is a mid-tempo jam produced by LeriQ.

Nigerian singer and songwriter, Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, popularly known as Wande Coal, teamed up with Burna Boy to deliver this 2015 classic tune “Amorawa” which is on a bonus track on Wande’s “WANTED” album.

5. “Baba Nla” – Larry Gaaga} p0pppp} feat. Burna Boy…

Baba Nla is a combined effort of Larry Gaaga and top superstar Burna Boy, D’banj, and 2baba. D’Banj’s signature Vocals harmonica also raised the tempo of the song to another level.

Baba Nla rocked the year 2018, considering the fact that it housed a couple of ace Nigerian musicians. Kudos to Larry Gaaga for always putting together brilliant minds.


6. “Gbeku” – Zlatan feat. Burna Boy

Gbeku birthed the trendy dance named after it. It was as a result of a joint released by indigenous rapper, Zlatan and Odogwu himself. Zlatan street style elevated the song, whose title was coined from the Yoruba word, “Gbekude”, which literally translates to “Arrest/Capture the death“.

The 2019 release came off the release of Zanku album, A body of work in celebration of Zlatan Ibile’s record label – Zanku Records.

Burna Boy‘s unique vocals did justice to this track. Enjoy!


7. “We Must Groove” – 2Baba feat. Burna Boy

2Baba dropped this impressive single titled We Must Groove, featuring Burna Boy. The Jay Sleek-produced song is off his 2020 album ‘Warriors‘.

On the track, 2Baba advises his fans to stay happy no matter what. He says they should never let external influence destroy their happiness from within, Hence the title- “We Must Groove”, letting his fans know that no matter what, he must groove. “I don’t need to think too much… instead I reason solution…

Enjoy the incredible visual for ‘We Must Groove’ ft. Burna Boy shot by Patrick Ellis.


8. “Link Up” – Phyno feat. Burna Boy, MI

Typical of Phyno, a Nigerian rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer, Link Up is another impressive indigenous rap music, where he employed the services of the one and only African Giant.
Burna Boy gave us some Busta rhymes vibes in this son, as he showed us he could also pass as a rap artist.

On the other hand- MI Abaga, the rap god did not fail to bring on his A-game on this impressive track.

Link Up, produced by Masterkraft is the 7th track in The Playmaker Album.



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1. “All Eyes On Me” – AKA ft Burna Boy

All Eyes On Me represents the biggest song of Summer 2014. South African rapper, AKA features Nigerian music icon, Burna Boy on this joint alongside his South African colleague, Da L.E.S. Burna Boy breathes life into the song with his unforgettable hook “Robbery, robbery, robbery – All eyes on me!”


2. “Location” – Dave feat. Burna Boy

U.K rapper, Dave teams up with Burna Boy to serenade us with this Hip-Hop/Rap off his 2019 album, Psychodrama. Location has a relaxing feel to it. It is a good song to jam to when you just want to be in your space and reminisce.

The Nigerian-British Rapper Dave has sold over 3 million copies of this record with Burna Boy in the United Kingdom.

Song Produced by Jae5, Video Directed by Kaylum & Dave… Enjoy!


3. “Yaba Buluku Remix” – DJ Tarico feat. Burna Boy

Yaba Buluku (Remix)” features the Grammy-Award-winning, Burna Boy, Preck, and Nelson Tivane owned by DJ Tarico. This mind-blowing collaboration cemented its place as the soundtrack of the year 2021.

Yababuluku officially became the African slogan shortly after the Remix release. Indeed, the song is another Amapiano hit, one that should be played on all speakers.


4. “Second Sermon Remix” – Black Sherif ft Burna Boy

Ghanaian artist, Black Sherif premiers his most-anticipated song “Second Sermon (Remix)” which features Nigeria’s finest, Burna Boy on the 9th of December, 2021.

Black Sherif is a Ghanaian singer who is determined to turn the entertainment industry up a notch. The track was produced by Stallion and Samsney.

5. “Sponono” – Kabza De Small feat. Wizkid, Burna Boy, Cassper Nyovest

South African Amapiano guru, Kabza De small come through with a banging tune, titled “Sponono” featuring Nigeria’s finest; Burna Boy & Wizkid alongside the family tree CEO, Cassper Nyovest.

This Amapiano-influenced tune is a lengthy and addictive one, suitable for the dance floors.

6. “My Oasis” – Sam Smith feat. Burna Boy

Multitalented British singer, Sam Smith bares it all on this track with Nigerian singer, Oluwa Damini Ogulu, professionally known as Burna Boy on this song titled, My Oasis.

This impressive record was initially announced via Sam Smith’s social media page and fans of both parties were thrown into a state of hysteria. The record dropped and not once did we experience a moment of regret.


7. “Loved By You” – Justin Bieber feat. Burna Boy

Talented Canadian musician, Justin Bieber dishes out a new love song captioned ”Loved By You” and employs the services of Grammy-award-winner, Burna Boy.

“Loved By You” is characterized by catchy hooks and amazing vocals from Justin himself. As for Burna Boy, we already know whatever he touches turns to gold. Enjoy!


8. “Do Yourself” – Angelique Kidjo feat. Burna Boy

Multi-Grammy award-winning singer Angelique Kidjo teams up with Nigerian Grammy winner Burna Boy for her song Do Yourself. The song is the 5th track on her latest album Mother Nature.

It’s no longer news that Burna Boy looks up to Angelique Kidjo and having another collaborative track must be a big deal for him. Produced by Rexxie, Enjoy below…


9. “Own It” – Stormzy feat. Burna Boy and Ed Sheeran

British rapper, Stormzy premiers single dubbed Own It featuring Ed Sheeran and Nigerian award-winning singer Burna Boy. The track is off his recent album called Heavy is the Head.

The trio did justice to this big tune, bringing together their unique individual qualities together.


10. “Be Honest” – Jorja Smith feat. Burna Boy

Be honest is a top Burna Boy feature that deserves a place on your playlist. Jorja Smith is a talented English singer, who decided to employ the service of Odogwu himself on her hit track, Be Honest.

The song was written by Smith, Burna Boy, Miraa May, and produced by Cadenza, IzyBeats, Kyle Stemberger. Enjoy!


11. “Simmer” – Mahalia feat. Burna Boy

Birmingham-based, English singer and songwriter Mahalia team up with the super talented Afrobeats star, Burna Boy on her brand new vibe titled Simmer.
Simmer by Mahalia was lifted off her studio album Love And Compromise Project which was released on September 6th.


12. “Siberia” – One Headie feat. Burna Boy

British rapper, singer and songwriter, Irving Ampofo Adjei, professionally known as Headie One premiers his jam titled Siberia featuring  African giant, Burna Boy in February, 2021.

The song, Siberia serves as the first single off the deluxe edition of Headie One’s debut project, ‘EDNA‘ album. Siberia was produced by TheElements and AoD.

13. “Rotate” – Becky G feat. Burna Boy

American singer and songwriter, Becky G collaborate with Nigeria’s big star, Burna Boy for her global hit song titled “Rotate“. The song was used for Pepsi Football Campaign, it’s also UEFA Champions League official soundtrack.

Becky G says, “Rotate to me is a celebration. I think it’s evident that futbol holds a special place in my heart and having Burna Boy join me on this made sense because ultimately I wanted to embody the perfect pre-game song that gets the blood flowing, makes you want to dance and enjoy the sport.”

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DaBaby Shares His Encounter With A Nigerian Who Almost Decked Him and Airport Officials



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American rapper, DaBaby is trending on social media for different reasons.

The Rapper hopped on Instagram to share how he went through hell to get a last minute flight back to the U.S. Recall that Davido sent his Private Jet to get DaBaby to Nigeria for their fun and highly anticipated music video.

The fun and exciting shoot is over and DaBaby had to go to back to the States for business. He made a video of him in the plane and lamented about how he had to spend a lot of money just to board the flight.

This revelation wasn’t surprisingly enough to distract Nigerians form the fact that a passenger almost decked him on the plane. DaBaby unintentionally recorded a not so happy Nigerian while he was getting a shot of his assistant on the plane.

When he noticed the passenger wasn’t pleased, he immediately apologized and stopped his recording. He then made another video and explained what happened. According to him, he mistook him as one of his die hard fans, but he meant no disrespect

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5 Times Burna Boy Has Shown He’s Bigger Than Wizkid and Davido



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African Giant, Burna Boy has by far done an amazing job within a short period of time and is constantly putting Nigeria on the global map through Afrobeats.

5 Times Burna Boy Has Shown He’s Bigger Than Wizkid and Davido 

1. The Recording Academy’s Annual Grammy Award

In the history of Nigerian music, and by extension- African music, the Recording Academy’s Grammy Awards has so far been one of the most elusive peaks to break down. Nonetheless, Africans have collectively put in a lot of effort to refine the craft over the years to a globally acceptable standard.

Till today, Burna Boy is the only solo Afrobeats winner of the highly coveted Grammy Awards which he won in 2020 during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Burna’s greatness isn’t measured by this win alone, he was nominated for the Awards back to back, losing out to Veteran Angelique Kidjo at his first go, and eventually clinching the best Global Album Award for his “Twice As Tall” Album.

As much as Wizkid is the preferred poster boy for Afrobeats, having charted at No. 1 on the Billboard since 2016, Burna Boy has shown that he’s personally more invested in pushing the collective boundaries of Afrobeats.

So far, only one African superstar has been privileged with the huge honour of a performance at the annual Grammy Awards ceremony. In 2020, Burna Boy did not only clinch the Best Global Album category he also sealed his Grammy’s with an eclectic performance.

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2. The Prestigious Billboard Music Awards (BBMAs) Performance & Others

Barely weeks into his sold out Madison Square Garden event, Burna Boy was back in the USA, about to hold the record for another unprecedented performance in the history of Afrobeats.

Burna Boy closed out the BBMAs with another masterpiece performance that’s already got a lot of outsiders all over the world anticipating the new album. At the moment, he is equally the only Afrobeats frontliner to have been billed for a performance at the BRIT & BET AWARD ceremonies.

3. Madison Square Garden

Burna Boy’s Madison Square Garden event was very unprecedented in the history of Afrobeats. Popularly credited as one of the rarest performers ever produced by the now global genre.

Burna boy has proven with his sold out Madison Square Garden event that he’s currently the biggest artist in Afrobeats.

As much as the other two heavy weight African artists have chosen to turn the 02 into a second home by shutting it down with their events over the years, it is safe to say that none of them have made this much impact in North America.

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4. Endless Global Collaborations

If there’s any Nigerian artist who’s contributed to more foreign projects than anyone, then it’s definitely Burna Boy who’s been credited on a lot of projects outside Afrobeats at a time when he wasn’t even getting the needed attention locally.

However, since his Outside Album dropped in 2018, the wheels have since turned around in his favour. Even before he became a certified headliner act, Burna Boy had already received credits for some appearances on some of the biggest album projects globally at the time.

5. Global Festival Tours

There is only one act in Africa big enough to organize his own festivals all over the world. From Africa, to Europe to North America, Burna Boy has consistently given his ever growing fan base a top tier performance at his super packed festival experiences, crowning it all with the highly coveted Madison Square Garden performance.

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Only one Afrobeats superstar has gone on to far away Netherlands, organized their own festival and sell out a whole-ass arena in deep Europe, moving on to Amsterdam to repeat the same feat, before returning to Ireland, and then selling out arenas all over America.

Burna Boy is clearly on a space drift, planets ahead of everyone else in the game right now.



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Burna Boy Mocks Davido After ‘Last Last’ Took Over The No.1 Spot



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Grammy Winner, Burna Boy has reacted to his song, ‘Last Last’ pushing Davido’s ‘Stand Strong’ down to No.2.

We earlier reported that Davido took to Instagram to celebrate after ‘Stand Strong’ topped all the newly released songs on ‘Afrobeats Derby’ on Apple Music.

He took to his Instagram account and Twitter account to brag about it; “They call me 001 for a reason”.

A few hours later, Burna Boy’s new song, “Last Last” topped the chart and fans wasted no time in dragging Davido.

Reacting to the dethronement of ‘Stand Strong’,  Burna boy took to his Twitter account to laugh. He reposted a screenshot of the chart and used two laughing emojis to shade Davido.

See the post below;

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