- Media personality Osi Suave recently joined the conversation on Burna Boy's recent comments on Afrobeat's lack of substance
- Osi, during an interview with Legit.ng, gave a concise review of Burna Boy's new album, I Told Them, and what he thinks of his comment about Afrobeat
- The prolific radio presenter hailed Burna Boy as one artist who can always hold his own no matter where or who he works with
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Popular radio presenter and music enthusiast Osi Suave, amidst the controversial statement made by Burna Boy about Afrobeat lacking substance, said he couldn't deny the singer's supreme level of artistry.
Osi gave a vivid review of Burna Boy's songs during an on-the-go interview with Legit.ng's Nosa Oke-Hortons. He noted that the African Giant singer is one of the few Nigerian artists who has constantly found a way to evolve and uplift himself.
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Osi was one of the few media personalities at the private album listening party for Burna's album and spoke about the singer giving his all in his new body of work.
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"From what I have heard, I think this is a Grammy-worthy project. It is brilliant. It is different, and it is raw. I think on this, he spoke on a plethora of topics. I think he beared himself out on this album."
Osi continued by saying:
"Like it or not, this will be one of the most listened-to albums this year. It is going to be an album that would stand out. It is going to blow every other body of work out there out of the waters."
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"Davido's album Timeless was coasting home before as the project of the year, but with this record from Burna as it stands they would both be in the running for Album of the Year."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Headies Award's next-rated artist for 2022, Buju BNXN, had stirred emotions online with his recent comments about Burna Boy and Afrobeat lacking substance.
Buju was recently on IG Live, where he said he doesn't understand the public outrage towards Burna Boy for his comments about Afrobeat lacking substance because he feels like the singer wasn't lying.
BNXN noted that Burna is one of the country's most real Nigerian artists.