Burna Boy Teases Mini-Documentary About Port-Harcourt People | WATCH
The Grammy-winning singer is being his usual self by using his craft as a socio-political tool in favour of the masses.
Nigerian iconic singer, songwriter, and performer, Damini Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, is set to release a mini-documentary tagged 'whiskey' meant to tell the story of people from his hometown.
Burna Boy, who recently released his highly anticipated album titled "Love, Damini," a silky-smooth fusion of Afrobeats, dancehall, and R&B that consists of 19 tracks and features Ed Sheeran, J. Balvin, Popcaan, J. Hus, Khalid, Kehlani, Blxst, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, and Victony.
In order to continue promoting the project, the singer plans to release the visuals for one of the album's songs, 'Whiskey,' a song that depicts the lives of the majority of his people in Port-Harcourt.
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Aligning with the theme of the song, Burna Boy decided to release a mini-documentary as a visual for the song, which is supposed to visualize the terrible living conditions of people in his home town, Port-Harcourt, in Nigeria. Taking to Instagram, he revealed that the documentary will be released on Thursday 8th of December 2022.
Watch the snippet below
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