Burna Boy, a Nigerian reggae and afrobeats musician, has at long last answered, several weeks after the debut album from Black Sherif, “The Villain I Never was,” was made available.
The Grammy-winning singer, who joined Black Sherif’s remix of his song “Second Sermon” and fell in love with his abilities, has now spoken his feelings about the album.
Since the album’s release, fans have been anticipating Burna Boy’s response, which has now materialized.
In a snapchat post, Burna Boy, who is presently on tour, uploaded a screenshot of the album with the caption:
proud of little brother.
He continued by urging his followers to purchase and play the record.
Recall how Black Sheriff, the popular Ghanaian rave artist, and Burna Boy fueled speculations of a possible feud?
A popular social media video shows the Grammy winner snubbing the sheriff’s offer of a handshake.
In Jamaica, Popcaan and the Ghanaian musician came out of an adjacent room to greet Burna Boy while he was mingling with fans.
He extended his hand to shake Popcaan’s, but Black Sheriff, who had also extended his hand, did not.
Odogwu feigned not to see the rapper and carried on talking with the other visitors to the venue.