‘Easterners In Nigeria Only Love Their People In Music’ – Burna Boy

The BET Awards winner passed off the unknown side of his visits to Ghana in the interview, by disclosing that he goes there to get genuine peace.

Burna Boy in his interview with Julie Adenuga as Apple’s Up Next Artiste, opened up on some parts of his life including his music and what he does when he breaks down.

The BET Awards winner passed off the unknown side of his visits to Ghana in the interview, by disclosing that he goes there to get genuine peace. 

“That’s the only place I have actual genuine peace. When you go to Labadi Beach and you look at the line that separates the sky from the water, I feel like that’s where God lives,” he said to the show’s host Julie Adenuga.

“I go on my robot mode.. I play like 3-4 shows and I eventually break down. That’s what happens when I go to Ghana,”  the ‘Dangote’ crooner added.

View this post on Instagram

#Ghana is where I go to and have genuine peace’ – #BurnaBoy #lasgidionline Visit www.lasgidionline.com.ng

A post shared by Lagos Blog (@lasgidionline) on

Burna Boy also revealed that he was making music for himself, before 2014 when he performed in a stadium in the Eastern part of Nigeria. He claimed that Easterners only love only their people in music, and a singer has really “popped” when he has crossed over. 

“That’s the first time I did a show in a stadium in the eastern part of Nigeria, where it is like they only like their own people. So if you cross over there, then like you’ve popped. Like I’ve never seen nothing in my life, I didn’t even think it was real thing that could happen”.

You May Also Like

Written by Jacob Akpene

Jacob Akpene is the Editor-in-chief of the Lasgidi Online Brand. He handles the administrative, content creation and the smooth running of the blog.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Meghan Markle Joins Kate Middleton At Wimbledon To Watch Serena In Women’s Final

President Buhari Calls, Condoles Afenifere Leader, Fasoranti Over Daughter’s Death