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Burna Boy and Dave Link Up on Stellar New Track 'Location'

Listen to the slow-burning banger from Dave's critically-acclaimed debut album 'Psychodrama.'

Burna Boy refuses to get off of our necks in 2019, and honestly we're not complaining. After dropping several dope collaborations in the first quarter of the year, the artist is back with his latest, and it's one of our favorites so far.

The Nigerian artist links up with British rapper Dave for the chilled-out "Location," from the MC's debut album Psychodrama, which has received rave reviews.


READ: Dangote Isn't Nigeria's Hero, But Don't Ask Burna Boy

"Location" sees the two artists showing off their best skills, with Dave providing braggadocios lyrics about his game with the ladies throughout, while Burna provides the song's infectious hook. He also shines on the third verse of the song, adding his afrofusion flair to the track.

Burna's recently dropped the video, for his single "Dongote." Revisit an op-ed from contributor Joey Akan about the themes of the track and video here, and listen to Dave's album Pyschodrama in full.

Listen to "Location" below.

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