Burna Boy introduces the official music video to his most recent single “Dangote”, created by Kel P.
In a 360 degree turn, Burna Boy changes from the fun and great vibes of ‘Killin’ Dem’ to a progressively serious, socially charged account in his new single ‘Dangote’.
In his standard way, the afrofusion artiste tends to some of the monetary issues the young in Nigeria face on an everyday premise and how they manage it. Two things set apart this video, coordinated by Clarence Peters, from the others. Initially, we see these accounts told from the viewpoints of the general population living these lives, and we likewise observe the results of their activities.
As Burna Boy sings about the hustle in obvious Fela style, we are taken starting with one story then onto the next and given a feeling of how every last bit of it is connected. The hustle must go on, yet we additionally should know that for each activity there is regularly an equivalent and inverse response. We likewise value the saxophone performances toward the end, paying tribute to Fela.
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