Burna Boy, the Nigerian Afropop singer, has come through with ‘Want It All’, featuring Polo G, American musician.
The 28-year-old Grammy winner took to his social media pages in the early hours of Friday to announce the release of the track.
The less than four-minute song is produced by Smoke Ono and Sean Silverman, American record producers.
In the track, the ‘African Giant’ crooner talks about his grind from bottom to top. Burna Boy also croons about his achievements at the last Grammy Awards and the finer things of life he now owns.
“Remember when they said they don’t believe in me no more| I was sleeping on the ground, on the cold floor| Whole time I was grinding| I been trying’ to achieve| Working night and day, you know my people no dey sleep| I got every Louis V collection from Virgil| Now my life a fashion show, no rehearsal| Dior from Kim Jones, Bottega from Daniel| 100K my ring so I’m not shaking no hands no,” he sings.
Burna Boy started to gain popularity in 2012 after releasing ‘Like to Party’, the lead single from his debut album L.I.F.E (2013).
In 2017, the hitmaker signed with Bad Habit/Atlantic Records in the US and Warner Music Group internationally.
His third album ‘Outside’ marked his major-label debut. He won ‘Best International Act’ at the 2019 BET Awards.
His fourth studio album ‘African Giant’ was released in July 2019, and it won album of the year at the 2019 All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) and was nominated for ‘Best World Music Album’ at the 62nd Grammy Awards.
In 2021, Burna Boy would win the award for ‘Best World Music Album’ at the 63rd Grammy Awards.
The ‘Life’ singer recently invited Architectural Digest (AD), a prominent magazine, for a tour of his luxurious mansion in Lekki, Lagos.
Listen to the song below:
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