Burna Boy has announced that he’ll be releasing his fifth studio, “Twice as Tall” album on August 14 and the world is eagerly waiting. Yes, the world. Burna Boy is a global talent. The 15-track album was co-produced by P. Diddy and was mostly recorded during the months of coronavirus induced lockdown.
In anticipation for that release, we decided to rank all his albums to date.
Check it out:
On A Spaceship
There’s just something about this album that doesn’t cut it for me, when I compare it to his other bodies of work. Maybe it’s because it has 20 songs and it feels quite long. But then again, it has “Soke” on it, so it’s kinda hard, but it’ll have to stay at No.5.
When an EP starts with “Pree Me”, you already know it’s going to be really good. The rest of the EP just goes by nicely, nothing too mind blowing. But it’s a really good EP.
WAIT! I know Ye is on this Album. I absolutely love Ye too. I love the entire album. But when you’re Burna Boy and you make so much amazing music, something just has to be at number 3. I don’t make these rules.
This album is Burna telling the world “Yo, I’m coming for you”, and he did. This album isn’t number 2 because of nostalgia. It’s a great listen, for whatever mood you’re in. Top, top album.
Everyone should probably listen to this album at least once a day. African Giant is an absolutely brilliant album. It’s probably one of the albums you’ll take anywhere in the world and nobody will find one bad song.
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