Love It/Hate It: Burna Boy and Wizkid’s B.D’OR

December 15, 2021

Odogwu and Big Wiz have given us hits before, so what happens when they team up to close out the year with one final song? For Love It/Hate It, we asked Nigerians what they think about the latest collaboration between the Grammy winners, and this is what they had to say. 

Temilade – “If Wizkid and Burna ear dey pain them tomorrow, na me cause am.”

The more I play this song, the sweeter it becomes. It has to be jazz, abeg. These guys are in a league of their own. While Essence became the biggest hit from Made in Lagos, nobody can say Ginger wasn’t an absolute banger. Come on! Now they’re back again? I will rinse this song until they both come to Ebgeda to beg me. 

Amaka – “Nobody is seeing Wizkid⁠—musically and lyrically. The man is clear”

Omo, Wizkid took all the shouting and gragra Burna Boy was doing on Ginger seriously because tell me why he decided to feature on a song and outperform the owner? Is it crack? He ate the beat like somebody eating for the first time after seven days of prayer and fasting. The real Nigerian goat. Absolutely love this jam. 

Mayowa – “Forget Omarion, unnecessary collaborations like this are the real pandemic.”

Let me start by saying Ginger was overhyped. Yes, I said it. Just because two of our faves collaborate together doesn’t mean the song will always slap. But when you see Wizkid FC and Outsiders, they will start acting like this song is the best thing since small chops. Everyone should rest. The song is very mid. 

Kosi – “You can’t tell me Burna wasn’t dragging Mr ‘look into your eyes all I see is your waist’ on this song”

We all know Burna was dragging Davido on this song, right? What else did he mean by “one man, two-man, three….don penkelemess”? Who is the third man? Burna has not forgiven Mr. Philanthropy and I’m living for this beef. Yes guys, drag each other like small gen. 

Jessie – “Wiz, we are poor. Money can impress us”

When Wizkid said “I neva see person wey fit use money to impress me”, I did not feel it in my soul at all. What kind of oppression is this? Ayodeji, people are dying. We are broke bitches in this household. It’s a cute song though. Not sure it matches Ginger or Sponono but cute nonetheless. 

Ndifreke – “I want both of them to drop a collab album, but I’m afraid they’ll end up racking” 

This track proves yet again that Burna and Wiz have great chemistry in the studio. Jah Love is True gave us a hint and this track just cements it. Now, imagine if they did like a Watch the Throne style album? My only fear is that Burna Boy will start moving mad and we all know Wizkid doesn’t like stress. Let’s see what happens. 

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