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Burna Boy's New Album 'Outside' Is Here and It's Completely Worth Your Time

Burna Boy dropped his latest album "Outside" this morning.

Burna Boy Is riding high right now. After appearing on notable features towards the end of 2017, and dropping the well-received singles "Sekkle Down" featuring J Hus, "Streets of Africa," and "Heaven's Gate"—an unexpected collaboration with Lily Allen which he dropped last week, the singer delivers his highly-anticipated new album Outside.


The 13 track album, sees the musician singing in his signature dancehall-Inspired tinge and delivering high-spirited tracks from start to finish.

Outside opens with the track "More Life," which Burna revealed he originally wrote for Drake, to appear on Drake's project by the same name. He broke down the song in an interview with I-D Magazine.

"This [More Life] is produced by Baba Stiltz and it's actually a tune I recorded for the More LifeDrake album. It ended up being an Outro type thing to a song. I ended up making the whole song mine, and made it the first track on my album."

Thanks to Burna, we now know what we'll be listening to all weekend.

You can stream Outside below via Apple Music.

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South African Rapper 25K Drops 'Pheli Makaveli (Intro)' After Signing With Sony Music

Pretoria rapper 25K has released his highly anticipated single "Pheli Makaveli (Intro)" to launch pre-orders for his upcoming titular debut album Pheli Makaveli.

Pretoria's trap rapper 25K has announced that he is officially signed with Sony Music Entertainment Africa. Following months of teasing fans, 25K has finally delivered "Pheli Makaveli (Intro)", a single off his upcoming debut album Pheli Makaveli. The song is a bass-dropping, energy tripping-single that is expected of an artist who just broke into international markets. Curated by hip-hop artist Zoocci Coke Dope, the Pheli Makaveli album is due to drop at the end of July, following the release of two more singles "Hustler's Prayer" and "Trap Jumpin''.

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