The magazine has had the likes of J Hus, Skepta and Jorja Smith grace the cover and share stories about their craft and Burna Boy is doing the same.
He touched on issues like the growth of the Nigerian music industry, his live performances and his mission as an African Giant to unite the continent.
In his words: “I hope Africa [feels united like] a country one day. For me that’s the most important thing that has given me motivation. You know, when people go to work every day and hope they can get a new car or something, this is what I hope. Do you understand?”
Burna Boy narrowly lost a Grammy Award to the legendary Angelique Kidjo and has since moved on, doing great things as he is known to do. We say congrats to him on this feat too.
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