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Today, Nigerian music aficionados got an advanced leak of Burna Boy's "Always Love You". Stream and download here.


A few weeks ago, it was announced that Burna Boy's "Always Love You" will be released on iTunes. The track, produced by Leriq, is a pop song that with influences from house and dance music. Today, the unofficial version surfaced online. The song strays away from Burna Boy's original sound but still highlights his unique vocals and awesome delivery. Known for hits like "Like to Party" and "Tonight", Burna Boy is on a roll and is set to be the next big thing in Nigerian music.

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