Despite releasing his debut album ten years ago, Grammy-winning Nigerian musician Damini Ogulu, nicknamed Burna Boy, says he is not troubled by the perception that he is a newcomer to the music business.
The DMW boss came under fire from many for underrating Burna Boy.
However, in a recent interview with Ebro from Apple Music, Burna Boy stressed that it is advantageous that some people believe he is new to the profession since it makes him feel younger and motivated to accomplish more.
“It’s good that people think my movement is new,” he stated. I adore it. It keeps me youthful, that’s why. It implies that I am capable of much more, you understand. It extends my life expectancy.
I’m living longer than I anticipated or even had intended, you know.
The singer of “Last Last” claimed he has always known he will succeed.
Burna Boy continued, “Trying to make the world understand that music is bigger than a genre,” he performs all genres of music. I consider it a blessing that I can work in numerous genres. If I had limited myself to a genre, it would have been a waste.