Burna Boy – “Twice As Tall” Album Review

Damini Ogulu, a monumental Nigerian act. The African global multi-award-winning singer & songwriter – popularly known as Burna Boy; has fired another killer shot which transcends, and serves as follow-up project to his previous fourth African Giant studio album. Served major, relished and was implored as one Grammy nominated album. The second stroke comes too soon. Titled – “Twice As Tall”, which marks immediate attempt rolling many skulls as the shot’s highly brutal. Tastes extreme refined.


“Twice As Tall” serves coolly right, as it gradually balances his weighty African Giant statute. Designing his brave repute, and his deliberate credibility to diaspora. Might rightly position his art once more for a second track towards Grammy Winners in this fresh season. The project display shouldn’t be given any thought further, for it seems like one with Grammy winning potency. It relishes an excessive heat-up, plan, and showcases Burna’s wild flared greatness. Remarkable deed. Revolutionary. His fearless countenance speaks up. “Twice As Tall” holds gut, pride and could be defined deliberate as – “Twice the African Giant” notion. The project exudes rich blends of creative artistry. It is written bold on the entire hall of fame how Burna’s vibe re-unites, shared different, and has tasted really intense with the pure Pan African idealism.


For such fine golden project, Burna Boy braced coats of serial sonic plates; taps extra grace, might from an element of westernized sonic – organized by the excellent American music genius – “Sean” Diddy. The great wizard who stands equal, next to Burna and earns himself deserved credits as executive record producer for the project. Diddy, and Bose Ogulu his manager was a-bit dedicated to specially wind and co-design a shape for Burna Boy’s artistry, involving his apt revolution and activism disposed in new mechanics, and initiation.


Timbaland, Rexxie, Jae5, Telz, P2J, and LeriQ also took part in the wonder, and fine tuned the project’s cogency. Beautiful. While on the exquisite toning, sounds lovely, very flexible and remarkable contents exceeding joyful. Trespassing varieties of culture; hiphop, afrobeat, pop culture, soul and dancehall fusion respectively, introduces acts with various diversity telling an historic essence and stories as core superstars for the bloom project. The Kenyan Sauti Sol band implored the fine Pan African (Kenyan) – cultural expository blend, while American trio Naughty by Nature induced gloriously, and legendary Senegalese singer – YoussouN’dor established a firm pace, race tracked tireless joy with might which designs the apt Afro-structural exposition, exposing the beauty of all pure African magnitudes. The culture must move on. Making the big project really magical and relishing. Chris Martin, the popular English lead singer for Cold play rock band did apt accordingly. Brave mission accomplished for this project. Leaving British singer and rapper – Stormzy, who kept a fine quality identity too, while the American rapper and executive record producer for the project – P.Diddy, designed an undying royal status. Monumental gravitation, deal with it – Twice As Tall.

Conclusion:

Twice As Tall would stand the test of time for Burna, it’s a perfect project, don’t ask how. Listen up. Grammy potency is not far-fetched in return as dream come through for the great Damini without including a victory song? The initiation is yet the best in Pan African music movement, as we hope another flow comes – Twice As Tall.

About Unusual Kingsley Agwuma

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