Burna Boy discusses his deep admiration for the musical genius, Sidhu Moose Wala,

Nigerian international artist Burna Boy recently opened up about the profound influence the late Indian rapper, Sidhu Moose Wala, had on his creative process. During an interview with BBC Radio 1XTRA, Burna Boy revealed that Sidhu Moose Wala served as a unique and inspirational source for him. Tragically, before Sidhu’s untimely passing in May 2022, the two artists had an upcoming collaborative project in the works. Burna Boy expressed that Sidhu’s artistry was exceptional and that he left an irreplaceable mark in the world of music.

Burna Boy shared that he first discovered Sidhu Moose Wala’s music through the passionate recommendations of his fans, and he was immediately captivated by the rapper’s unique and captivating sound.

He mentioned that he came across Moose Wala’s music through enthusiastic fans and was instantly captivated by the rapper’s unmistakable sound.

He inspired me to strive for greater artistic heights,” Burna Boy stated. The self-proclaimed African giant went on to explain that whenever he faced creative exhaustion, listening to the late Indian artist always offered him a new perspective to explore. Burna Boy expressed, “I felt like I had already covered everything, said it all in my songs. But Sidhu introduced a fresh dimension to my musical journey. He is a legend, the Punjab legend. There will never be another like him.

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In the meantime, Legit.ng reported that Afrobeats sensations Burna Boy and Tems were poised to create history as the first Nigerian artists to attend the prestigious Met Gala in New York. Additionally, Afro-soul icon Tiwa Savage was also set to be present at the event, although she would be performing, whereas Burna Boy and Tems were invited as special guests. Source: Legit.ng

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