Burna Boy is bent on making sure winter doesn’t come; this man has not stopped releasing heat since he released Outside.
The artist recently released a love song called On The Low along with a video on the 16th and is still showing us why he’s one of the best Afro Pop artists out of Nigeria. The song’s catchy hook: Angeli Angelina/You dey cool my temperature is another one showing Burna’s skill at creating unforgettable music.
The camera transitions in this video are flawless, just as the sons is a major jam.
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