Burna Boy, the Grammy-winning Nigerian singer, says he is the highest paid artiste in the history of African music.

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The ‘African Giant’ crooner was reflecting on his career strides and love for music in a series of posts via his Twitter page on Saturday.

Burna Boy said he has already achieved all the dreams he had, adding that his wish now is to live and die on stage.

The ‘Ye’ singer also said nothing — including money — can give him satisfaction anymore except being on stage with his band The Outsiders.

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“At this point I just want to live and die on stage with my band, The Outsiders. I’ve achieved all the dreams I ever personally had. Money gives me no satisfaction, nothing really does, except being on stage with my God sent band,” he wrote.

The award-winning singer also lamented dealing with industry politics.

He said he wished people can simply enjoy his music and watch him perform on stage without resorting to politics.

“I thank God and the world for giving me this. I just wish the world would leave me out of all politics and just let/watch me perform till I die. The only time my heart feels genuine peace is on stage and that’s where I want to live and die,” he added.

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“I said money doesn’t satisfy me and it’s my truth but it doesn’t change the fact that I’m the highest paid artist in the history of African music. Believe it or not.”

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