Burna Boy made a solid hit with the single Ye and finally nailed it with outstanding visuals shot by Clarence Peters.
Ye is a single off Burna Boy‘s Outside album which was released earlier this year. This song which has the same title as one of Kanye’s single helped Burna break out of the Nigerian Market. Described as an Afrofusion, Ye mixes pop, dancehall, and Afrobeats into its own unique thing.
The video features High-end fashion and a nice Bentley. He obviously chose a Bentley over a G Wagon winks.
“It is a song that essentially shows the unrelenting nature of Nigerians (where I’m from). We thrive despite the leadership and circumstances. Everyone has big dreams that logically may or may not be achieved; Aspiring to have a Bentley, g-wagon regardless of their current situation. “I can’t come and kill myself” is an expression that means, you can’t dwell on things that aren’t working out or looking good, you only have one life after all. So the video was just a fun situation, I was trying to show the general idea behind that expression. Always strive to live your life to the fullest, as we hope for a better tomorrow.” says Burna Boy
Burna Boy comes through with a fresh freestyle titled Plotting…
Burna recordedPlotting at Skepta’s studio while he was chilling with the #BadEnergy crooner. He earlier on took to his social media to disclose that he won’t be voting in 2019 and the reason was stated. In Burna Boy‘s opinion, Nigeria has youths who are too scared to fight for their future. According to him, people who think they can implement change by voting for the same league of old politicians are delusional and are part of the problem.
Burna Boy also took a swipe at President Buhari, who received President Emmanuel Macron of France during his recent visit to Nigeria. It is alleged that President Emmanuel Macron was only 6 years old when President Buhari was Nigeria’s head of state, fast forward to 2018, President Buhari is still in power.
Listen to Plotting below and cop the tune after the jump.