Angelique Kidjo, Beninese singer-songwriter, has enlisted Burna Boy, award-winning Nigerian artiste, for ‘Mother Nature’, her forthcoming album.


The 60-year-old Grammy award winner unveiled the tracklist of the project scheduled for release on Friday in a Twitter post.

The pair will be collaborating for ‘Do Yourself’, the fifth track on the much-awaited album.

Other songs on the body of work include ‘Flying High’, ‘One Africa’, ‘My Celium’, ‘Take It Or Leave It’, ‘Fired Up’, ‘Free & Equal’, ‘Omo Oba’, ‘Meant For Me’, ‘Mother Nature’, ‘Africa, One of a Kind’, ‘Dignity’ and ‘Chose Love’.


With numerous awards and recognition, the duo have continued to pull the strings in the global music landscape.

Both musicians have won the ‘Best World Music Album’ category at the Grammys, with Burna Boy initially losing the prize to the Beninese singer in 2020.

Kidjo had at the time dedicated her win to Burna Boy, describing him as being among those changing the narrative of music-making in the continent.

“He’s among those artistes from Africa that are changing the way that our continent is perceived and the way that Africa’s has been the bedrock of every music,” she had said.


Kidjo had recently teamed up with Yemi Alade for ‘Dignity‘, a song that addressed police brutality.

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