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“Burna Boy Is Cheap And Fake, He Sees Himself As The Jesus Of Afrobeat” – Brymo

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Controversial Nigerian singer Brymo has criticized Burna Boy, a Grammy-winning artist, as being unoriginal, cheap, and false.

In an interview with TVC News, he made this claim and charged the so-called African Giant with stealing.

Brymo claims that every song released by Burna Boy is a sample of another artist’s music, and that the majority of his slogans are stolen.

The ‘Ara’ singer claimed that Burna Boy sees himself as the Jesus of Afrobeat after being baffled as to how the ‘Last Last’ hitmaker received a Grammy for his kind of music.

Additionally, he said that Afrobeat, as popularized by the late Fela Kuti, is a genre and not a music style.

“Burna Boy Is Cheap And Fake, He Sees Himself As The Jesus Of Afrobeat” – Brymo

Wizkid, Burna Boy, and Davido, according to Brymo, were thieves who changed the definition of Fela’s music genre by adding the letter S to Afrobeat without comprehending how long and hard he worked to develop it.

The 37-year-old singer contends that contemporary performers harm genres by rebranding the works of earlier generations rather than maintaining continuity.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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