Which Is Better? Burna Boy’s African Giant Vs Twice As Tall Album

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There is no doubt that the Nigerian singer & songwriter who grew up in Port Harcourt and spent mist of his teenage life in the US , Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu known professionally as Burna Boy has been making waves in the music industry.

He rose to prominence in 2012 after releasing “Like to Party“. Though he was off the music scene for a while not until he dropped his evergreen song titled “Ye” since then he has constantly grew his sounds all over the world.




Burna Boy African Giant Album Cover


African Giant is the fourth studio album by Nigerian singer Burna Boy. It was released on July 26, 2019, by Spaceship Entertainment, Atlantic Records and Warner Music. The album is a mixture of Afrobeats, Afrobeat, dancehall, pop and hip hop.

The album which was supported by four singles: “Gbona”, “On the Low”, “Dangote” and “Anybody” with 19-tracks and had guest appearances by Zlatan Ibile, Future, M.anifest, Jorja Smith, Serani, Damian Marley, YG and Angelique Kidjo.

However, the album through which he now earned the name “The African Giant” gained him a massive attention from all over the World and got him nominated on the 2019 BET awards.




[PubNaija.com] Burna Boy Twice As Tall Artwork


The album “Twice as Tall” comprises 15 songs which features artistes from countries like South Africa, Jamaica and the United States, and with guest appearances by Naughty by Nature, the Kenyan band Sauti Sol, UK rapper Stormzy, Chris Martin and Senegal’s musical titan, Youssou N’Dour.

Consequently, the album which was released on 14th Of August 2020 was executively produced by an American producer: Sean Combs, a.k.a. Diddy, who has long guided rappers and singers (most famously the Notorious B.I.G. a.k.a Biggie Smallz and Mary J. Blige) toward wider audiences.

Most of the album was recorded during the pandemic, and Burna Boy and Combs collaborated across an eight-hour time difference via frequent Zoom calls and file transfers.

Recently, he was congratulated on his album owning the title of the most streamed African Album in the world album on billboard charts with 175.3 million streams in a month across 5 major streaming platforms.

All these mentioned above made the albums outstanding projects from the singer Burna Boy aka the African Giant.

So we decided to seek your opinions, which of the two albums listed above is better than the other? 

Drop your comments below. 


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