Burna Boy Twice As Tall Album

Burna Boy Just Unleashed His Much Anticipated Album Twice As Tall

The much anticipated album Twice As Tall slaps in all kinds of different ways as Burna Boy Takes us through a journey of a bunch of emotions and energies.

On 2019’s African Giant, Burna Boy called for a fearless revolution across the continent and the worldwide diaspora. The album earned the Nigerian artist his first Grammy nomination and centred his ambitions: to empower African youth to access their power, on their own terms.

Burna Boy Twice As Tall Album

Twice As Tall is Burna Boy’s fifth studio album. It sees Burna Boy reassess the world around him from a new atmosphere just 13 months later. Sean “Diddy” Combs joins as executive producer, and the album carries an unifying sense of pan-African idealism.

Crucially, his bespoke Afrofusion sound—a soul-stirring blend of dancehall, pop, R&B and Afrobeats—is pushed, challenged and evolved across production work from the UK (Jae5 and P2J), the US (Timbaland, Mike Dean) and Nigeria (LeriQ, Telz and Rexxie).

Burna has rarely sounded more confident, or impassioned. Opener “Level Up” welcomes Youssou N’Dour and serves another rebuff to Western appraisals of Black art. Riffing in Yoruba across twinkling percussion, “Wonderful” is a prayer of passion and an open celebration of West African expression, while “No Fit Vex” sends an embrace of solidarity in the shape of a pidgin-laced anthem. The album’s star guests have been thoughtfully recruited, too. Stormzy sounds fresh and inspired on “Real Life” and Chris Martin is an affecting presence across “Monsters You Made”—a fiery rebuke to the vestiges of colonialism. This is an album comfortable with its uncompromising message, by an artist motivated to represent. As Combs implores the artist on “Alarm Clock”: “Don’t be afraid to step into your greatness.

It also features veteran American American hip hop trio Naughty By Nature on the Song title Naughty By Nature.

Burna Boy Twice As Tall Album

On his instagram he explained where the artwork had no title on it. He said, “Honestly, no title cause I wanted the art to speak for itself, this album was a journey through a bunch of emotions and energies at different points in time. It has now morphed into something bigger than me. It serves as a bridge for mankind to show that we’re all different but still very much the same. I’m grateful for the unreal talents that came together from ALL over the world to pull this off. Shout out to the OG @diddy for coming on board and sprinkling his own unique spice on this! I hope I’m able to spark something in you when you listen. 🦍 #TWICEASTALL“.

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