Olamide Waxes Lyrical About BNXN (fka Buju)


One of the hallmarks of Afrobeats and the reason it is excelling is the solidarity amongst the artists. An example of this is illustrated in the way renowned Nigerian artist Olamide is waxing lyrical about his contemporary BNXN formerly known as Buju. The rapper heaped praise on BNXN whose real name is Daniel Benson, commending his songwriting skills. Specifically highlighting their collaborative effort on the track Come Alive.

Olamide compared BNXN’s lyrical prowess to that of a pen that flows red with creativity. In turn, the gesture was replied to by BNXN saying “On young erikina’s album. Baba iya eyan.,” to which Olamide replied “Blessings my broski! Your pen Dey bleed.”

This is what Bob Marley was talking about in the classic track Africa Unite. And I would second Olamide’s comments on BNXN. The Nigerian Afrobeats artist is popularly known for featuring on Pheelz’s track Finesse which garnered much attention in 2021. He has his own popular tracks which include Gwagwalada, Pray, Ole, and In My Mind. He has featured with A-listers like British rappers Dave and JAE5.

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