Burna Boy and Polo G follow Strife and Triumph on “Want It All”
“A lot of pressure on me because of the obstacles I’m going through,” Polo G raps at the end of a verse about death, revenge and success. The video for the song features the two artists performing in a warehouse flanked by dancers, but its most moving and awe-inspiring moment comes when Burna reflects on the influence he had on his hometown of Port Harcourt, in Nigeria, and moreover, on his father. “I am moved when I talk about my father,” he sings.
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Burna Boy, who doubled his cross-genre music production Afro-Fusion, is no stranger to rap collaborations. Earlier this year, he teamed up with British rapper Headie One on equally guitar-focused but less sentimental “Siberia”. In the past, he has hosted Naughty by Nature, Future, YG and J Hus on his albums.
After a very energetic Governors Ball show in New York City, Burna Boy performs on a festival circuit in cities like Sacramento, San Francisco and Houston, as well as in his own Space Drift Arena tour, with stops at Los Angeles, Paris and Stockholm. This month, Polo G is also hitting the road for his headlining Hall of Fame Tour, named after his No. 1 June album.
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