Burna Boy not an epic failure after all
Just few days ago, an AOP, Shade Ladipo, called Burna Boy an ‘epic failure’ in one of her write-ups. She made this summation based on a Burna Boy’s recent stage performance; she declared he lacked audience connection and performed poorly.
The dance-hall singer must be laughing up his sleeve right now as he took to twitter hours ago to announce a mouth-watering deal he just landed. He’s being signed up as an exclusive songwriter with a US label Island Records.
His Twitter-declared: “sealed, Officially not on the same level as yall #spaceship #IslandRecords #Universal”
The Island Records must still see him as an epic success!
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April 15, 2015 at 3:39 pm
so hapi for burna boi.. don’t mind dat big mouth girl, cos burna no gree for her she dey talk rubbish.. big up my guy