Burna Boy, Nigerian Afro-fusion singer, has dropped the visuals for ‘Pull Up’, a track off his recently released 2019 album ‘African Giant’.
The video, released on Wednesday, is marked for its deft touches of Afrocentrism that readily showcases Burna Boy’s personal style which portrays him as an unapologetically African icon.
It also portrays Africa’s aesthetic values.
Watch the visuals for ‘Pull Up’ below:
Ever since Burna Boy’s big break in 2018, the singer has been on a rampage with his impressive career strides and endocentric collaborative deals with the likes of Zlatan Ibile, Damian Marley, Manifest, and Serani.
This is coupled with the singer’s penchant for putting out tracks that hold much value and appeal to both Africans and people of other races.
In an interview with Apple Music, the award-winning singer, who spoke on ‘African Giant’ album, had revealed how the project was born out of the need to make a “statement” to address his outburst after his name was written in small fonts int the lineup of this year’s Coachella.
Recently, ‘African Giant’ displaced well-acclaimed music projects after it became the highest-ranking African album ever on the United Kingdom’s albums chart — having scaled up to number 16.
Burna Boy also bagged BET’s ‘Best International Act‘ award earlier this year. He, thereafter, earned a nomination alongside Rema, Davido, and Wizkid for the 2019 African Muzik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA).
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