Burna Boy, the Grammy award-winning singer, has teamed up with Black Mic Mac, the production company, to executively produce a movie titled ‘3 Cold Dishes’.


The ‘City Boys’ hitmaker will make his debut in the upcoming thriller through Spaceship Films, a company he co-founded alongside Bose Ogulu, his mother.

Though Big Black Mac is the leading brain behind the project, the company would co-produce the film alongside Ifind, Alma Prods, Asurf Films, and Martian Network.

Directed by Asurf Oluseyi and written by Tomi Adesina, ‘3 Cold Dishes’ is a story set across Nigeria, the Republic of Benin, and Côte d’Ivoire. The film follows three teenagers, victims of sex trafficking, who reunite thirteen years later to plot their revenge.


In a chat with Variety, Oluseyi described the movie as “the biggest pan-African film yet” and “an African cinematic journey like no other”.

“This film is a testament to the strength and resilience of its characters, and it took us blood and sweat to get it to this stage,” he said.

The movie boasts of star-studded casts such as Osas Ighodaro, Femi Jacobs, Wale Ojo, Ruby Akubueze, Brutus Richards as well as some Ivorian and Senegalese actors.


‘3 Cold Dishes’ is one of the dozen lined-up projects by Big Black Mac, a production company championing African and Middle Eastern talent.

The company intends to release a couple of films and television series from emerging and established talents that showcase the range of dynamic voices in Africa and the Middle East.

Other projects currently being worked on include: ‘The Devil Inside’, ‘The Three Rascals’, ‘Apophenia’, ‘La Sape’, ‘The Great Transporter’, ‘The Cage’ and ‘Let The Earth Burn’.


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