Maybe this is the first time we all will collectively praise Burna Boy’s input on a song. We might be at loggerheads with his personality , but when it comes to talents , Burna perhaps trumps his peers.
He transformed this song. He took it from a mid-level it was and upgraded it. Let’s start with the intro.
The beat is a masterpiece , one made from the prevalent Gqom , South African house genre. On this throbbing percussive beat , Burna
When the beat approaches 0:47 , there’s an uplift in the tempo , yet Burna Boy maintains this coolness and switches to singing in English. The transition is wondrous.
To’n bá ka ẹ mọ woro (Woro)
Odi woro si woro (Woro)
The call and response technique is so beautiful.
The fact that he could be able to blend in three languages and settle in an atmosphere and genre alien to him certifies him as a versatile act.
Even Master KG , owner of the track was stunned.
He had the Nigerian groove that we mix with South African style while we keep the originality of the song intact.” He said.
What Do You Think About Burna Boy’s Performance on Jerusalemma Remix?
Impressive Performance or “Just a Normal Performance”?
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