Burna Boy’s ‘Twice As Tall’ Takes 7th Spot On New York Times Top Albums Of 2020.(See List)

African music giant, Burna Boy has had his album ‘Twice As Tall’ listed in New York Times top ten albums of 2020.

The New York Times released a list of Best Albums of 2020 and ‘Twice As Tall’ was positioned at number 7 on the list.

New York Times wrote;

The Nigerian songwriter Burna Boy calls his music Afro-fusion, not the more specifically Nigerian term Afrobeats, and “Twice as Tall” lives up to that broader mandate with a profusion of sleek, diverse, constantly inventive grooves that traverse Africa and its diaspora. Through its 15 songs, Burna Boy is by turns exuberant, pensive, confessional and political. The bitter, furious single he released soon after nonviolent anti-corruption protesters were killed by soldiers, “20 10 20,” made a compelling postscript.

See the top ten list below;

1. ‘The Ascension’ – Sufjan Stevens.

2. ‘Fetch the Bolt Cutters’ – Fiona Apple.

3. ‘Grae’ – Moses Sumney.

4. ‘Folklore’ – Taylor Swift.

5. ‘Rough and Rowdy Ways’ – Bob Dylan.

6. ‘Lianne La Havas’ – Lianne La Havas.

7. ‘Twice as Tall’ – Burna Boy.

8. ‘RTJ4’ – Run The Jewels.

9. ‘Mama, You Can Bet!’ – Jyoti.

10. ‘Sign’ – Autechre

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