Up and rising Nigerian singer, Buju has revealed that he was skeptical about some of the song choices in his newly released “Sorry I’m Late” EP, even as he explained the reason why his new EP was loaded with mid-tempo songs without any party jams included.
In a tweet via his official Twitter page on Saturday, the 30th of October 2021, Buju responded to criticism by some fans who felt the project was different and lacked the type of vibes they anticipated because the singer did not add any party jams on it.
Responding to the critics Buju urged his fans to take time to listen to the EP as he promised they’d find a rhythm in it;
“Take time to listen , I know it’s not the regular but take time , read the lyrics , it’s not to make you dance but I promise you’ll find a rhythm.” Buju wrote.
“#SIL Project was curated by my team and I and trust I was skeptical about some of their choices as well but I listened to them because after a bit of patience and trusting their vision , it’s that project to single me out as one of the best writers around.
Believe me when I say , JAMSS DEYYY!!
I know how to make you move your body and danceee to music , you know I do but ..this time , this very one time I want to move your mind.” Buju added.
Buju dropped his much-anticipated debut EP, Sorry I’m Late on Thursday and the reception was amazing with the project soaring to the top spot on Apple Music almost immediately. The project had 7 songs and they have all made their way to the top 10 on the Apple Music charts as well.