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Burna Boy Just Dropped a Surprise Joint EP With DJDS

The artist proves just how versatile he is on "Steel & Copper," a new joint EP with producer duo DJDS.

Burna Boy has teamed up with American producer duo DJDS to drop a new, surprise EP 'Steel & Copper."

"Steel & Copper," sees Burna Boy proving his unparalleled versatility once again as he raps and harmonizes throughout the 4-track EP, showing he can hold his weight outside of his usual "afrofusion" sound as well.

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DJDS, who have previously worked with Kanye West on his Life of Pablo album, offer stuttering, bass-heavy production on the EP. Particularly on tracks like "Thugging" and the grime-leaning "34." The duo released the album Big Wave More Fire last year, which featured artists like Vic Mensa, Khalid, The Dream and more.

Burna Boy, who's already having a massive 2019, dropped the Zlatan-assisted banger "Killin' Dem" earlier this year, and his latest single "Dangote" shortly after. The artists is also set to begin the US-based African Giant Tour this April, with includes a stop at the Coachella music festival.

Listen to 'Steel & Copper" below.

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Malawians will be casting their votes yet again after the country's Constitutional Court ruled that the May elections of 2019 had been rigged.

Malawians are casting their votes today after the Constitutional Court annulled the results of the May, 2019 elections due to rigging, Aljazeera reports. Judges made the ruling based on evidence presented to them which included tally sheets which had been tampered with using correctional fluid. Malawi is the second African country after Kenya to ever annul a presidential election over irregularities.
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