My Music Will Be Here After My Children’s Children Are Gone – Burna Boy
Grammy-winning singer, Damini Ogulu aka Burna Boy, has said that his music will continue to be relevant even after he’s left this world.
Burna Boy stated this in a recent interview while talking about his career growth and what makes his sound unique.
The afrobeats and dancehall artiste also stated that his music will remain on earth long after his descendants are gone.
He added that just like every other person who is similar to him, such a declaration serves to stamp his mark in history.
In his words; “My music will be here long after I’m gone, even after my children’s children. It’s a stamp in time for those who have a reality like mine”.
Meanwhile, Burna Boy had earlier bragged that he’s performed in almost every country on earth.
The African Giant made the statement in a post on his official Twitter page while giving himself accolades for how far he’s come in his career.
Burna Boy had just concluded his Love, Damini North American Tour with his last stop being in the United States of America.
According to him, once he does his South American, Asia and Australian tour, then he can confidently say that every country in the world has recorded his performance footprint.
In another tweet, Burna also talked about watching some old videos of himself while shooting a documentary about himself. The ‘Kilomtre’ singer recounted having toured the entire 36 states in Nigeria to perform with a top telecommunications network between 2013 and 2015.
He further disclosed that by the year 2018, he had already performed in almost every country in Africa.
In his words; ‘‘My Documentary is deep sha. Watching some old videos and realised I’ve been Touring since 2013 and by 2015 I had already performed in almost all 36 states of Nigeria with Glo and Star, by 2018 I had performed in almost every African country already.
”And by 2022 I’ve performed in almost every country in the world. Once I do The Asia, Australia and South American tour. I will truly have done it all.”