Popular Nigerian afro-beats musician, Burna Boy – real name Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu – has released the visuals for song number 14, ‘Real Life’ off his Twice As Tall album.
The Grammy-nominated artiste announced the premiere of the much-anticipated music video on his official twitter platform today Friday, October 1, 2020.
The video is noted to document the effects of United Kingdom (UK) inner-city gang culture on family ties, seemingly projecting the ‘African Giant’s’ intentions to retain the interest and attention of his UK audiences.
With the album still enjoying massive streams across various digital platforms, the hit single is noted to be among the best performing tracks off his fifth studio album.
Expressing his thoughts on the song via Apple Music, the Fela-Kuti style afrobeat talent said:
“I just wanted to really bridge that gap, and have Stormzy here to really represent himself and what he brings. And I’m really happy with how it ended up – because to keep it real with you, I think this was probably the longest track to get over the line and have finished”.
The ‘Ye’ hitmaker had previously released visuals for the album’s lead single ‘Wonderful’ and critically acclaimed ‘Monsters You Made’.
Twice As Tall was released on August 14 this year by Spaceship Entertainment, Atlantic Records and Warner Music.
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