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Gbolahan Adeyemi

2018 picks up in a ducky way, as Burna Boy puts out his 6th body of work in five years.

Damini Ogulu brings in the juice, adds it with the sauce and experiments the African and East London type of sounds on this new album Outside.

He picks up the body of work with ‘More Life’ (the song that was refixed by Drake). The 1:34 seconds lasted track sounds as the perfect intro for the album with island type of instrumental. The album proceeds excellently with ‘City Vibration’, this is more like an amazing introduction to the name Burna Boy. Burna sings on a this one how he grew up, his hood, how he became frequent at the police station in Port Harcourt.

‘Koni Baje’ has the vibe of a true African music with a strong message passing across to multitude. A tune that’ll be relatable to every stage of human life. ‘Sekkle Down’ was originally used as one of the promotional songs for the album which featured London rave J Hus and it’s a typical islander sound for typical London music lovers. ‘Where I’m From’ follows up with banging bars flow from Burna Boy a typical afro vibe tune.

‘Heavens Gate’ featuring Lily Allen is a fine and dandy tune to end the mid part of the album. ‘Ye’ comes on in a frolicking way, the hook comes in first. Burna sings about the environment and what goes around on this one. ‘Giddem’ next on a capers with making sense ba ...

2018 picks up in a ducky way, as Burna Boy puts out his 6th body of work in five years.

Damini Ogulu brings in the juice, adds it with the sauce and experiments the African and East London type of sounds on this new album Outside.

He picks up the body of work with ‘More Life’ (the song that was refixed by Drake). The 1:34 seconds lasted track sounds as the perfect intro for the album with island type of instrumental. The album proceeds excellently with ‘City Vibration’, this is more like an amazing introduction to the name Burna Boy. Burna sings on a this one how he grew up, his hood, how he became frequent at the police station in Port Harcourt.

‘Koni Baje’ has the vibe of a true African music with a strong message passing across to multitude. A tune that’ll be relatable to every stage of human life. ‘Sekkle Down’ was originally used as one of the promotional songs for the album which featured London rave J Hus and it’s a typical islander sound for typical London music lovers. ‘Where I’m From’ follows up with banging bars flow from Burna Boy a typical afro vibe tune.

‘Heavens Gate’ featuring Lily Allen is a fine and dandy tune to end the mid part of the album. ‘Ye’ comes on in a frolicking way, the hook comes in first. Burna sings about the environment and what goes around on this one. ‘Giddem’ next on a capers with making sense back ups on this a track that’ll take radio airplays with storms.

‘Street Of Africa’ and ‘Rock Your Body’ were originally used as promotional singles on the album and are already making the waves they needed to put the album on for hype.

Burna Boy taping the confine on the album with ‘Devil in California’ a slow and steady music with a decent rise and fall instrumental and vocals. ‘Calm Down’ is flair of East London music with a sultry lyricism on it. How an album ends? Outside ends on a very dope sound with ‘Outside’ Burna Boy practicalised an out of the box Nigerian type of music with an assisted hook from an unknown lady.

Burna Boy’s Outside LP set sights to be a great selling album, with good lyrics and well sparked music production it’s a great one get your copy today!

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