Burna Boy’s ‘Twice As Tall’ and Wizkid’s ‘Made In Lagos’ make British GQ ‘Best Albums of 2020′

Nigerian superstars Wizkid and Burna Boy have continue to make name for themselves in the global world as their album makes British GQ ‘Best Albums of 2020’.

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2020 have been a tough year for the whole universe as the deadly pandemic Coronavirus

have caused the downfall of economy as many social activities were banned so as to

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curb further outspread of the virus.

With different countries going into lockdown for months, top singers in Nigeria ensured that

their fans were blessed with something to vibe with and it was not surprising when

Wizkid and Burna Boy released their album.

Wizkid released his much anticipated album ‘Made In Lagos‘ while Burna Boy continued from where he left off by releasing ‘Twice As Tall‘.

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This albums have been breaking records on all streaming platforms ever since it was released

and British GQ have now become the latest international media house to recognize the project.

Burna Boy’s album was listed in number 16 among the best album of 2020 while

Wizkid was on number 17, a move that showed how far they’ve gone in the entertainment industry around the globe.

See British GQ review on their album below:

Burna Boy's 'Twice As Tall' and Wizkid's 'Made In Lagos' make British GQ ‘Best Albums of 2020'

Burna Boy's 'Twice As Tall' and Wizkid's 'Made In Lagos' make British GQ ‘Best Albums of 2020'

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