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MP3 » Sia – Hey Boy (ft. Burna Boy)


Sia comes through with yet another new song titled “Hey Boy” featuring Burna Boy

Year: 2021

Artist: Sia.

Song: Hey Boy

Album: N/A.

Feat: Burna Boy


Sia Kate Isobelle Furler is an Australian singer, songwriter, voice actress and director. She started her career as a singer in the acid jazz band Crisp in the mid-1990s in Adelaide. In 1997, when Crisp disbanded, she released her debut studio album, titled OnlySee, in Australia.


Burna Boy – Way Too Big | Video

WAY TOO BIG – Burna Boy (Official Video)

Burna Boy, Wizkid and I are not ‘as big as’ Mayorkun – Davido spill


Davido while speaking in an Instagram Live interaction, revealed that that Mayorkun is bigger and Wizkid, Burna Boy and himself on a global scale.

Nigerian music maestro and award-winning singer, Davido has revealed that his label artiste Mayorkun is bigger than himself and other leading Nigerian musicians.

Popular American IG blog, The Shade Room had asked during the Live session who he thinks is the bigger artiste between Davido, Wizkid and Burna Boy, and the DMW boss simply answered that it is Mayorkun.

“..I gotta ask you, we got Davido, Wizkid, Burna Boy, who is the bigger artiste globally, in your opinion?” the female interviewer asked.

Then Davido replied; “Mayorkun, his name is Mayorkun. M.A.Y.O.R.K.U.N…”


EndSARs: Court orders Pst. Sam Adeyemi, Davido, others be investigated


The court has given the Nigeria Police Force two weeks to probe and send a report for proper adjudication.

A magistrate court in Abuja has ordered the Commissioner of Police In the federal capital territory to launch an investigation into 50 notable persons who allegedly promote the #EndSARS movement.

Activist Kenechukwu Okeke has earlier filed a criminal complaint against the likes of Pastor Sam Adeyemi, Falz, Davido, Yemi Alade and Uche Jumbo, Wizkid and others, with the activist claiming his properties were destroyed during the course of the protest and want those who promotes the movement to face the wrath of the law.


Mixed Reactions On Twitter


This country petrol 170 Naira, is that not a proof everything is crumbling. Yet still throwing tantrum and wanting to fight people expressing their fundamental right.


this thing is turning into a witch hunt, most of those people never said anything or do anything bad all through the protest.


Lynx Chubis@Chubislynx


Switch to other banks from henceforth and let’s teach the banks that we, the people own the economy and decides what must be and what mustn’t be.

Access Bank MUST be taught a lesson.



the Desiigner@Panda Temp

Taught a lesson for what? Freezing accounts of suspected conspirators and terrorists? U can go ahead. It’s not by force for everyone to do so


Wizkid – Ginger (ft. Burna Boy) | Video


EndSARs: Burna Boy, Davido, Sam Adeyemi, others dragged to Court


Several peaceful demonstrations were held in major cities in the country to show the displeasure of the youths.

Kenechukwu Okeke, an activist, has filed a criminal suit at the FCT High Court against 50 persons who participated or promoted the #EndSARS protest online.

NRM reported how the protest against police brutality and the misdemeanours of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) attracted attention from across the globe.

While the federal government has promised to implement the demands of the protesters, weeks after, it launched a clampdown against promoters of the protest.

This paper had reported how international passports of some persons were withheld, some persons’ bank accounts frozen and scores arrested. These moves have been largely condemned by rights activists and members of the international community.


However, in court documents obtained by Noble Reporters Media, Aisha Yesufu, Deji Adeyanju, Ayo Sogunro and some other activists have been dragged to court by Mr Okeke.

Pastor Sam Adeyemi of Daystar Christian Centre, hip hop singers; Damini Ogulu known as Burna Boy, David Adeleke, popularly addressed as Davido, Folarin Falana, Yemi Alade amongst others were also joined in the suit as defendants.

Others include social media personalities and good governance advocates.

Mr Okeke claimed that between the October 28 and October 30, 2020 the defendants, via their twitter accounts, conspire amongst themselves to “commit misdemeanor, to wit promoting or acting in such a manner with intent to assist in the promotion of an unlawful assembly under the guise or composition of “#EndSARS”.


This according to him is an offence punishable under Section 97 (2) of the Penal Code Act, C53 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.

“That 1 to 50 accused persons with intent to carry out some common purpose, assemble in such a manner, or, being assembled under the composition of “#EndSARS”, as to cause persons in the Federal Capital Territory. Abuja to fear on reasonable grounds that such assembly needlessly and without any reasonable occasion may provoke other persons tumultuously to disturb the peace.

a. Properties (movable) belonging to the complainant was egregiously destroyed by some riotous and tumultuous person (s) instigated and incited by the 1 to 50 accused persons.

The averments as espoused in this complaint is not intended to be a complete recitation of all the applicable facts in issue or relevant facts relating to the conspiracies to assist in the promotion of an unlawful assembly (#EndSARS) riots, and shall not be deemed to constitute a waiver or relinquishment of any of the complainant’s constitutional right to fair hearing all of which are hereby expressly reserved including complainant’s right to tender all available computer-generated evidence by virtue of Section 84 of the Evidence Act,” the court documents read.


MP3 » Burna Boy – 20 10 20


Burna Boy comes through with yet another new song titled “20 10 20”

Year: 2020

Song: 20 10 20

Artist: Burna Boy

Album: N/A

Feat: N/A


Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, known professionally as Wizkid, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter. He began recording music at the age of 11 and managed to release a collaborative album with the Glorious Five, a group he and a couple of his church... 


MP3 » Wizkid – Ginger (ft. Burna Boy)


Wizkid drops a brand new tune off his made in Lagos album titled Ginger featuring High profile Nigerian act Burna Boy.

Ginger comes in shortly after he released No stress.

Year: 2020

Song: Ginger

Artist: Wizkid “Starboy”

Album: Made In Lagos

Feat: Burna Boy


Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, known professionally as Wizkid, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter. He began recording music at the age of 11 and managed to release a collaborative album with the Glorious Five, a group he and a couple of his church... 


EndSARs: See how UN reacts to Burna Boy’s request after supporters pass 100,000.


According to her, the tension in Nigeria has been noticed by organizations and are currently calling for an end to the violation of human right.

Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Amina J Mohammed has given a positive response to Burna Boy’s request to the United Nations over the massive killings of citizens of Nigeria by the military.

The afrobeat giant called on the United Nations to support Nigerians following the killings of unarmed men and women who went protesting for a better government free from corruption, godfather-politics, police brutality among other things that threaten the safety of the citizens.

He was met with a positive response from the deputy secretary-general, Amina J Mohammed.

She added that herself together with the UN is stressing on the importance of respect for peaceful protest and also maximum restraint to be exercised by the security forces.



EndSARs: Singer, Burna Boy promote petition to restrict Nigerian Gov’t from U.K


The singer who is currently in the UK urged British citizens and residents, to sign the petition, urging other people in America and Asia to the same.

Award-winning singer, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu popularly known as Burna Boy is promoting a new petition in the United Kingdom to sanction the federal government and public officials for human rights abuses over the #EndSARS movement.

The petition on the UK government and parliament website accused the government and the police of violating the rights of agitators protesting against police brutality.

It urged the UK to implement sanctions that allow “individuals and entities that violate human rights around the world to be targeted.”

“Deploying sanctions would provide accountability for and be a deterrent to anyone involved in violations of human rights,” it read.


He wrote, “I am in London and I’m doing my best to make sure sanctions are imposed against Nigerian Government Officials. I need all citizens of all European countries, America, Asia EVERYWHERE to please Do the Same. THEY MUST ALL PAY!!”

The page noted that the petition, created on Tuesday and which can only be signed by British citizens and residents, will be considered in the UK parliament when it reaches its target of 100,000 signatures.

73,517 individuals have so far signed a petition as at the time of filing this report.

This is coming after multiple reports of massive shootings of #EndSARS protesters by security agents at the Lekki Toll Gate on Tuesday evening.


EndSARs: Police officer earning N60k per month doesn’t help matters – Burna Boy.


According to him, there is no reason why a sergeant in the police force would earn 50-60 thousand naira a month with no benefits. Burna wrote that this doesn’t help the situation of things at the moment.

Sensational singer, Burna Boy has called for an Institutional reform in Nigeria as a whole.

The singer took to his Twitter page to share his opinion on what really needs to be done for the country to experience a change espcilly with the ongoing protests.

Taking to Twitter, he wrote: “It’s a great morning to demand for institutional reform in Nigeria. No reason why a sergeant on the police force earns 50/60k ($127) a month with no benefits! It doesn’t help our plight. #SARSMUSTEND“

It’s a great morning to demand for institutional reform in Nigeria ?? No reason why a sergeant on the police force earns 50/60k ($127) a month with no benefits! It doesn’t help our plight. #SARSMUSTEND


Burna Boy – Real Life (ft. Stormzy) | Video

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Rolling stone award: Burna Boy makes top artist ‘128’ out of 500.


Grammy nominated Nigerian singer, Ogulu Damini, professionally known as Burna Boy has made Nigerians proud again after his appearance on the Rolling Stone Top 500 Artists chart this week, landing at Number 128.

This comes after he released his new album, “Twice as Tall” executive produced by American rapper cum producer, P. Diddy.

NRM learnt that he Debuted number 1 on world albums on billboard and number 54 on billboard hot 200.

The Rolling Stone Artists 500 chart ranks the most-streamed artists of the week in the United States, taking into account audio streams across an artist’s entire catalog during the tracking period.

According to Elias Leight of Rolling Stone, Burna Boy pulled in a total of 14.8 million streams between August 14th and August 20th in the U.S.

The singer’s numbers for Twice as Tall show steady growth since last year’s Grammy-nominated African Giant, which has earned more than 100,000 album-equivalent units in the 13 months since its release.

Twice as Tall debuted at Number 54 on the Top 200 Albums Chart, amassing 11.4 million audio streams Stateside, an increase of around 50 percent relative to African Giant‘s opening week of 8.5 million.


During Twice as Tall‘s first week, “Monsters You Made,” a bracing track featuring Coldplay’s Chris Martin, proved to be the album’s most popular song, earning more than a million audio streams in the U.S.

It was followed by “Way Too Big,” a syncopated missile co-written by the super-producer Timbaland and the longtime Kanye West collaborator Mike Dean, and “Level Up (Twice as Tall),” the blunt album-opener, which each earned more than 850,000 streams.

These numbers reflect Burna Boy’s growing profile, which has expanded in the U.S. through a combination of relentless touring (pre-pandemic) and savvy collaborations with acts like Future, YG, and Naughty by Nature, among others.

“One thing that’s constant [in my career] is growth,” Burna Boy told Rolling Stone in 2019. “It’s not an up and down thing. I climbed every step. I don’t skip steps — I’m too heavy to skip steps.”


‘Twice As Tall’ – Wizkid react to Burna Boy’s newest album


Multi award-winning Nigerian singer, Wizkid, has shown support and love to Grammy nominated singer and self acclaimed Giant of Africa Burna Boy, after the release of his most anticipated music album, Twice As Tall yesterday, 14th August, 2020.

Star Boy, as his popularly known, took to Instagram page to share Burna Boy’s Album cover on his Instagram status. He wrote; “Eje Mi”, which means My Blood in Yoruba Language.

Burna Boy’s Album has been getting lots of support from both local and international celebrities, as fans of the African Giant took to social media to hype the album. Nigerian celebrities has been tweeting about the Album.

The Album has peaked on Apple Music top songs worldwide and has moved to no. 7 on the United State Apple Music Top Albums. Truly, this is Burna Boy’s Year!!!


‘Twice As Tall’ – Online users troll Burna Boy over homophobic lyrics.


Burna Boy has been called out by some social media users for what they have called ‘homophobic lyrics’ on his recently released album, Twice as Tall.

We had earlier reported that Burna Boy Twice as Tall Album recorded about five million streams within the first hour of its release, making it become an instant hit.

On social media, fans and followers have been praising him for the album, while it has begun generating massive reviews online.

A Twitter user, @Blaise_21, took to the social media platform to call out Burna Boy for homophobia on the track, “Wettin Dey Sup.”

He wrote;

“This Burna boy lyric spills homophobia back to back.

I been sensed it.


Stop making excuses for Burna boy because you like his music.

Historically, gay people were called weak because they’re not attracted to women and many gay men could only be involved in anal sex.

Also, telling all of us you’re straight after having a song with Sam Smith”

The refrain of the track goes;

“I no be one of those men wey dey fear toto fuck nyash


Check am, na kpa goro kpa

Me I know say everybody got to die on day buried six feet under golo ta”

See more reactions below;

@UnekwuojoJimmy: This Burna Boy has shown time and time again that he is an insensitive, ignorant and razz little shit. Now his homophobia has jumped out… again!

But because he is your fave and you want to vibe so desperately to his mediocre music, you will unlook all his BS.


@TrophyHusbandD: Homophobic lines in music are so silly because they almost never add anything of value to the song…. But now a potentially good song becomes a source of pain or discomfort for your fans.

@fendihoe_: Not people being dishonest and gas lighting this tweet……..is it not on this same TL people were questioning his collab with Sam Smith Bc we all know he’s homophobic?

@Stepharney2: So you can go about screaming you’re gay and rainbowing up but the straight people can’t?

You’re the only one with the rights to state your sexuality in people’s faces?

The actual hypocrisy…. Burna Boy


MP3 » Burna Boy – Level Up (ft. Youssou N’dour)


Burna Boy comes through with yet another new song titled “Level Up (Twice As Tall)” featuring Youssou N’dour 

Year: 2020

Song: Level Up (Twice As Tall)

Artist: Burna Boy

Album: Twice As Tall

Feat: Youssou N’dour