Burna Boy Talks Power of Black Unity On The Breakfast Club - Watch Full Video


A week after the release of his fifth studio album, Twice As Tall, Burna Boy chats with Charlamagne Tha God, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee on The Breakfast Club.

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In this interview, Burna Boy, as expected, talked about his album, Twice As tall,  working with Diddy who executive produced the album and also the power of black unity.

Talking about his album, Burna Boy stated that Twice As Tall is supposed to be a bridge for black people across the world. He said; "I just want this album to be a strong bridge to all black people in the diaspora anmd across the world and I just thought Diddy would be the perfect person to make that happen.

Speaking on Diddy as the executive producer and the reason for the choice, Burna said; "it wasn't the plan at the beginning. It just happened"

He also asked if he thinks Beyonce's Black Is King is also trying to bridge the gap and properly represent Africa which he did not completely respond to, stating that he'll prefer to no t speak on the project and that Beyonce would be the perfect person to answer that question.

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