Legendary American rapper, Busta Rhymes has reminisced on his collaboration with Nigerian reggae and dancehall star, Damini Ogulu aka Burna Boy.
Busta Rhymes featured the self-acclaimed African Giant on ‘Roboshotta’, a track off his latest album, ‘Blockbusta.’
Speaking in a recent interview with BBC Radio Capital Xtra, he said working with Burna Boy a one of his most incredible experience.
According to Busta Rhymes, the Grammy winner is fast, efficient and doesn’t waste time when he knows what he is targeting.
He said; ”Working with Burna Boy was one of the most incredible experiences I had in my life. Because he’s fast, efficient and very clear. When he knows what he’s gonna do, he ain’t wasting no time. And he’s super dangerously cold with it.”
On how the collaboration came to be, Busta Rhymes said he played about five songs for Burna Boy and he chose to jump on ‘Roboshotta’ which was produced by American legend, Pharell Williams.
Watch interview below:
In other news…
Controversial singer, Ọlawale Ọlọfọrọ, popularly known as Brymo, has accused Afrobeats superstar, Burna Boy of intellectual property theft.
The songwriter alleged that Burna Boy’s song, ‘City Boys’ and album titled ‘I Told Them’ sampled the title track of his upcoming album, ‘Macabre.’
Brymo took to his Instagram page and said what the Grammy wining singer did was a “crime” and he should serve a jail term.
He then made a reference to dancehall star, Blackface recent claim that some top musicians stole his songs. The ‘Ara’ crooner vowed to ensure that they regret their actions.
Brymo wrote; “By end of this year y’all will recollect that ‘Macabre’ wasn’t released when in the public, and as privately as it gets .: ‘city boy’.. and ‘I Told You’ were fed to Burna Boy.
“Former of the track titles I mentioned above is there to point me to the fact that the latter, and his album title is the hook I sing on my album title track ‘Macabre’.. burna na really boy.. and that’s a crime.!! An actual crime…To do time for… and if una like make una resurrect legends to come complain about stolen songs… una go regret this shit to numerous degrees… shey una no dey hear word !!.”