BREAKING!!! Burna Boy on a Verge of Career Rout

Self-acclaimed African Giant, Burna Boy could be best described as an opportunist if his performance continues overtime.Β 

Has he lost his rhythm following his latest songs "Money Play and Odogwu"?

Without doubt, the Afrobeat musician cemented the African Continent spot on World music gallery with his record-breaking studio album "African Giant".

The album composed a series of hit tracks one can hardly resist playing on repeat. Eventually, the project got nominated for Grammy 2020 which he narrowly lost.

Following his 2019 microphone exploit, Burna Boy has always been on the media for controversies beginning from his Grammy lost and upon declaration of himself as the greatest after the legendary Fela Anikulapo Kuti.

Despite the media war, he was still busy cooking something fans hoped to be a continuation from where he left it last year. Β Finally, he ushered in "Odugwu and "Money Play" but unfortunately the both Burna Boy songs fell below expectations.

Both singles have attracted a series of criticism from his fans base and African music lovers all over the World. While some described both as whack and they suck.

For me, I wonder how "Money Play and Odogwu" scale through, not because they aren't good jams. But I see both as substandard for a class of Burna Boy who has graced the international scene with lots of energy.

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A saying that says "After pride is to fall", Could this be the case for the Afrobeat star after clashing with numerous music artists following self-declaration as most significant after Fela Anikulapo Kuti?

I leave the rest for you to make justice as I await you right in the comment section below.


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Edited by Gift
  • Date: Mar 18

Rubbish article, the writer is clearly ignorant and chasing clout, You wrote absolute rubbish πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯


Edited By Gift
  • Date: Mar 18

No go there o, Burna boy still winning no doubt, odogwu is massive believe me, the guy could be cooking another album...

  • Date: Mar 19

Wel as the old saying goes Pride goes before fall. The ancient Greeks used to have a saying that went like this "Those whom the gods wiill destroy they first make mad" mad could be anything including ranting about your so called superiority, disrespecting your parent and grandparent by walking out of an interview because it is boring. What a prima donna and drama queen! The fame and little bit of Illuminati money has gotten to Burna's head but wait till they ask him to sacrifice a loved one then thats when im eye go open.

  • Date: Mar 19

I see the Odogwu track and its video as cultural appropriation and insult on Igbo heritage looking at the scenes it featured. I hope my Igbo brothers see it the same way. It should be banned.

  • Date: Mar 19

Writer is quite ignorant maybe just expressing his personal thoughts.

Odogwu has same vibe with Gbona and the rest of his hits

  • Date: Mar 19

Oga go and sit down, odogwu that got hundreds of thousand views in just few hours of release, i dont think the writer is mentally okay.

  • Date: Mar 19
This writer is so useless, he is foolish for even writing this article
BURNA BOY TO ME IS DE GREATEST
MY GREATEST
  • Date: Mar 19
Burna is still burning something and he is dumping em into the ears of his fans worldwide. There was nothing wrong with those songs.
Same media that takes you to stardom will be the one to de-fame him why?

Edited By TheBoss
  • Date: Mar 19

Writer be chasing clout..mtchew

  • Date: Mar 19

Same Odogwu that I have had on repeat for days?! I can't even get the song out of my head... Very funny article

  • Date: Mar 20

You guys should live this guy alone na, burna boy is actually making this African music go boom but i don't know why people are busy pouring critics. He said he's the best that's how he's seeing it, if e de pain you abeg do your own....

  • Date: Mar 20

Yoruba’s will never agree that their artiste is failing instead they argue blindly.

Same with any other Igbo or even Hausa.

Anyway, Money Play was a mad vibe, i enjoyed it, but Burna Boy was just clout chasing with "Odogwu".

The two songs didn't seem successful because you guys were angry with him and refused to trend them, instead you choose Tacha.

  • Date: Mar 20


Wel as the old saying goes Pride goes before fall. The ancient Greeks used to have a saying that went like this "Those whom the gods wiill destroy they first make mad" mad could be anything including ranting about your so called superiority, disrespecting your parent and grandparent by walking out of an interview because it is boring. What a prima donna and drama queen! The fame and little bit of Illuminati money has gotten to Burna's head but wait till they ask him to sacrifice a loved one then thats when im eye go open.Β 

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Big fool

  • Date: Mar 20
<p>It's obvious that the writer is not a fan of Burna Boy</p>
  • Date: Mar 20


Wel as the old saying goes Pride goes before fall. The ancient Greeks used to have a saying that went like this "Those whom the gods wiill destroy they first make mad" mad could be anything including ranting about your so called superiority, disrespecting your parent and grandparent by walking out of an interview because it is boring. What a prima donna and drama queen! The fame and little bit of Illuminati money has gotten to Burna's head but wait till they ask him to sacrifice a loved one then thats when im eye go open.Β 

By Guest


You know nothing Jon Snow!

Cut the crap with that illuminati bullshit.

  • Date: Mar 20


I see the Odogwu track and its video as cultural appropriation and insult on Igbo heritage looking at the scenes it featured.Β  I hope my Igbo brothers see it the same way. It should be banned.Β 

By Guest


It should be banned?why are you so bitter? Where u abused as a child? A song should be banned because you don't like it.

A Nigerian star with world wide acclaim puts out a song identifying with the Igbo culture and all you have to say is ban the song. Who did this to you? Your case requires father Mbaka and TB Joshua combined.

  • Date: Mar 20

The stench from bias of this writer could be perceived from miles away. The writer obviously does not like versatility, he wants to tag it and drop it but Oluwa is involved. Kole work!

One good thing though, this article is only an opinion. The opinion sef no eep the writer.

On to the next!

SirVee say so..

  • Date: Mar 20

You are talking in the nonsense. You are talking in the rubbish. For you mind now you don write and so that makes you a writer abi na blogger I go call am. The two tracks you just condemned to fall below standard are actually on par with his previous records. They've been on repeat for me for the past couple of weeks. So I'm perplexed as to why you came up with this write-up. Maybe you just needed to put out a story for consumption.

  • Date: Mar 20


Oga go and sit down,Β  odogwu that got hundreds of thousand views in just few hours of release, i dont think the writer is mentally okay.

By Guest


They ain't talking about views man... He's merely saying that the vibe Burna boy has in his songs isn't what we get now... Normally when Burna drops a new song, you expect it to get views. That's all I can say man

  • Date: Mar 20



It should be banned?why are you so bitter? Where u abused as a child? A song should be banned because you don't like it.

A Nigerian star with world wide acclaim puts out a song identifying with the Igbo culture and all you have to say is ban the song. Who did this to you? Your case requires father Mbaka and TB Joshua combined.

By Guest


Hilarious.

I see nothing wrong with the odogwu song and video. He did not abuse any Norm, Culture or tradition of the Igbo Race.

Perhaps He likes the Igbos and feel they Like him too.

If He acclaim himself as an Odogwu, it has nothing to do with you. If He walked out of an Interview, it is not disrespectful, maybe they breached the interview agreement that was why He left. It is a free world.


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