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Buju Recruits Burna Boy on New Remix of Hit Single 'Lenu'

Check out the music video for the highly-anticipated remix to Buju's 2019 single.

Buju recently dropped the remix of his hit single "Lenu" which was released back in 2019. The upcoming African-fusion artist recruits Burna Boy to deliver the an alternative version to the song that has been awaited by his fans.

The two afro-fusion artists make for a breezy collaboration, building on the multilayered sound of the original track. Burna adds to the song by delivering a high-energy final verse.

The playful music video features the two artists as they ride out together in a luxury whip, and give animated performances in a tunnel-like setting. The camaraderie between the two artists is infectious and fun to watch.

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It appears that Buju is one of the newest members of Burna's Spaceship Collective. He spoke about identifying as an afro-fusion artist and how Burna Boy has inspired his music in a recent interview with OkayAfricaOkayAfrica. "Burna Boy's sound is not regular, he gives me afrobeat, reggae, hardcore, soft & smooth, all on different vibes," said Buju. "He has a dynamic with it 'cause he knows how to blend so much. He's the most diverse artist I've ever worked with or listened to, and his lifestyle... he's a real rockstar."

Check out the music video for "Lenu (Remix) below.

Buju ft. Burna Boy - Lenu Remix (Official Video) www.youtube.com

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Tanzania Has Made It Illegal to Plan and Support Protests Online

Many consider this to be the latest in President John Magufuli's ongoing crackdown on freedom of expression in the country.

The Tanzanian government has banned the use of social media as a tool for organizing, planning and supporting protests, BBC Africa reports.

Under new legislation put in place by President John Magufuli, material found to be related to the purpose of demonstrations online is now considered illegal.

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