Burna Boy is set to release a documentary for ‘Whiskey’, a track from ‘Love Damini’, his last album.


The Afrobeats singer posted a clip of the documentary which is set to be put out on December 8.

Last July, Burna Boy released his sixth album ‘Love, Damini‘ which had ‘Whiskey’ as its sixth track.

In the song, he called attention to the climate crisis in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.


The forthcoming documentary, it is understood, doubles as a music video for ‘Whiskey’.

It is expectedly set to highlight the environmental degradation of the Niger Delta due to oil exploration.

TheCable had reported how residents in Rivers state are “dying slowly” as a result of the soot pollution caused by illegal oil refining.


The report also revealed the failure of regulatory agencies and security operatives to address the situation.

Burna Boy has been an advocate for the people of the Niger Delta.

The Grammy-winning singer has used his songs to draw attention to the region’s situation.

In his Grammy-winning album ‘Twice As Tall,’ he recorded ‘Monsters You Made’.


The song highlighted the militancy created due to decades of neglect and failed promises in the region.

‘Whiskey’ will become Burna Boy’s latest song that calls for social equality and good leadership in Nigeria.

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