Afro-fusion artiste, Burna Boy takes over Ebro Darden‘s Apple Music show for a two-hour special he calls “Miseducation Radio”.
On the 39th episode of Ebro Darden’s ”The Ebro Show”, Burna Boy educates the world about the diversity of sounds in African music, their roots while also speaking about the #EndSARS movement in Nigeria.
Speaking about the diversity of African music he says:
”African music is too diverse and too cultured too deeprooted to just be given one name (Afrobeats) and one name.”
Speaking on the #EndSars movement Burna says:
“This is something that has never happened in the history of Nigeria. It’s a lot bigger than what it started out to as. It began as a protest but now it has become a revolution because it now goes deeper than fighting to end police brutality.”
Watch snippets of the show below:
Listen to the full conversation here.
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