My best moment of making my album was recording some part of it in Ghana- Burna Boy reveals

The Blackstar motherland has a special place in the African Giant’s heart.

Oluwa Burna has made one of the best albums to come out Africa this year, according to comments by listeners on social media.

My best moment of making my album was recording some part of it in Ghana- Burna Boy reveals

The Godfather of the ‘Afro-fusion’ music genre has confessed that, his 3-weeks old album, being one of the best body of work he has ever released, has a remarkable moment he cherish the most, in Ghana.

According to the BET Award Winner, the best moment of making his ‘African Giant’ album was recording some part of it in Ghana.

Talking to New York-based magazine company, The Fader, when asked what the most gratifying part of the album was, he said;

“I mean I feel like my best moment of making my album was recording some part of it in Ghana. Those are the best moment, that’s when I felt like it has all come together, I felt like yeah, it was real now. Because it was all the vision in my head on how I wanted it to be, and at that moment, I just felt like it has all become a reality.”

Burna Boy’s ‘African Giant’ after its released debuted at No. 13 on the Billboard Charts and climbed up to No. 6 after a week. It also debuted the No. 1 spot on Apple Music in more than ten countries.

My best moment of making my album was recording some part of it in Ghana- Burna Boy reveals

Swedish Media group, Spotify, after the release of the album also collaborated with the ‘Anybody’ hit maker to make the first ever Burna Boy Bank, which printed the album cover like a currency.

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