Keche Joshua, of the music group “Keche” fame, has sent out a fair warning to Nigerian singer Burna Boy after dishonoring his promise to take Black Sherif on his music tour.

It could be recalled that, after the release of the “Second Sermon Remix” by Black Sherif featuring Burna Boy, the latter promised to embark on all his tours with Black Sherif, but unfortunately, he wasn’t being truthful.

He was seen performing on a stage with Black Sherif in Nigeria, but after that, Burna Boy has been seen on multiple stages performing the song without the original composer of the song.



Burna Boy was made to perform with a bra in his hand as he caught one of the numerous underwear thrown at him while performing on stage.

During the ‘One Night In Space’ concert at the Madison Square Garden on Thursday, April 28, 2022, some female fans of the artiste were turned up during his performance some taking off their bras and throwing them at the Grammy award winner on stage to show their love.

In now-viral videos of the event, Burna Boy could be seen collecting the bras of female fans as he encouraged them to throw more amid cheers from the audience.

The singer attached one of the bras to his microphone while performing, and he also strapped some of them around his trouser to form what seemed like a belt.

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Burna Boy audibly sang the remix of Second Sermon which he and Ghana’s Black Sherif worked on at a recent show he headlined in Nigeria.

The Nigerian singer spat out the lyrics word for word which was rendered in Twi, the most widely spoken language in Ghana to the amazement of Ghanaians who later came across the video.

His diction and the way he pronounced the words which are not his native language have greatly impressed us indeed. This ultimately proves why he calls himself the African Giant.

Apparently his Ghanaian counterpart, Black Sherif was not present during the performance so he went all out to deliver a stellar performance on his own with Second Sermon rmx.

I SINCERELY APOLOGIZE TO EVERYONE – Burna Boy Bows Out of Fight With Shatta Wale

Celebrated Nigerian entertainer and Grammy award winner, Damini Ogulu popularly called Burna Boy has tendered an apology for his fans and his fans as he finally announces his decision to bow out of his dirty fight with Ghanaian Dancehall singer, Shatta Wale.

The last 24hrs has seen Shatta Wale and Burna Boy dragging each other in the mud on social media as they resorted to exposing each other’s ‘secrets’ after Burna Boy threw shades at Shatta Wale over his recent rants about the Nigerian Music industry not being as supportive to the Ghanaian industry even though the latter is always there for the former.

They both have been saying a lot of unsavory things against each other as things really got intense between on social media. It even got to the extent when Burna Boy dared Shatta Wale to come to meet him for a fist if he’s really a man — a challenge Shatta Wale accepted wholeheartedly.

In a new development to this, Burna Boy after sitting down deep in thoughts and analysing the feud, he seems to have realised how low, petty and   he has been and he has expressed in regrets over his ‘misbehaviour’ and apologised to his die-hard fans for getting entangled in such a beef with Shatta Wale, who he refers to as a pig.

Sighted on his Instagram story, he also announced that he was taking a long break from social media because he feels ashamed of himself.


Ghanaian Dancehall singer, Shatta Wale has made a humiliating allegation against Nigerian artist, Burna Boy on social media.

In a tweet he made to intensify their feud, Shatta Wale claimed Burna Boy does not last more than five minutes during a match with a woman.

According to Shatta Wale he gave Burna Boy ladies during the time he was staying with him in Ghana.

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Fans of the Ghanaian music sensation, Black Sherif are currently over the moon following the release of Black Sherif’s ‘Second Sermon’ remix that featured internationally celebrated Nigerian Afrobeat singer and songwriter, and Grammy award winner, Damini Ogulu popularly called Burna Boy.

Black Sherif’s song recorded over 8 million streams on Youtube alone and it has garnered massive patronage across most streaming platforms.

Ghanaian music lovers on social media have also been thrown into excitement over Killer Blacko’s collaboration with the African Giant singer after he announced the release of the song. “Second Sermon (Remix) with my big bro @burnaboygram out now! Run it up on all platforms, link on my bio🌑🌊 I love you!“. he wrote.

Reacting to the collaboration, fans alluded that, Burna Boy is taking Black Sherif to the Grammys.

Getting Burna Boy on your track is no small feat. This is huge for Black Sherif and he deserves it,” Editor in Chief & Director of Content at, Kwame Boakye, said in a tweet.

Another social media user with the Twitter handle, @unrulyking00 whilst commenting on the song said “Burna Boy will surely take Black Sherif to Grammys .. hard verse on the Second Sermon Remix“.


Nigerian Afrobeat singer and rapper, Burna Boy has disclosed why his country does not support the legalization of marijuana.

The Afrobeat singer shared his view concerning the illegality of marijuana. He stated that most people use marijuana but fail to admit its usage and termed them, hypocrites.

According to Burna Boy in an interview with Home Grown Radio in Los Angeles, ‘everybody’ in Nigeria consumes the cannabis plant but denies the use due to the high hypocrisy in the country.

“It’s not a zero-tolerance. It’s like everybody does it, but no one wants to be the one that is seen with it. It’s just kind of hypocritical out there. Everybody smokes weed.”

“It’s like some dumb shit bro. You know those old shit when they talk about it frying your brains.

They try to make it seem like if you smoke it, you will go mad. Right now, everybody is relaxed, everybody does it, and everybody knows that. It’s just a topic no one wants to talk about. No one wants to talk about it; everybody is cool. Nobody wants to make it a thing,” Burna Boy affirmed.


Sensatiional Ghanaian singer, Black Sheirf’s ‘Second Sermon’ is still the banger to beat as far as Ghanaian music is concerned and it has crossed borders making it one of the currently loved songs on the continent.

The song by Black Sherif, which became an instant hit the very day it was released has reached another milestone as Grammy award winner, Burna Boy has been spotted jamming to it.

Not only did Burna Boy jammed to the song, but also sang the verses word for word as he blazed his herbs.

Watch the video below;


Nigerian Afrobeat singer and Grammy Award winner, Burna Boy, has just showed how much he is in love with Black Sherif’s ‘Second Sermon’.

The ‘Odogwu’ singer was seen in a recent video jamming very hard to the song and even lost in the moment. 

Arguably, Black Sherif has been the highlight of the Ghanaian music industry as far 2021 is concerned.

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Wizkid, Shatta Wale and more were nominated for their work on Beyoncé’s ‘Lion King: The Gift’ while Mr Eazi earned a nod for his contribution to Bad Bunny and J. Balvin’s ‘Oasis.’

The 2020 Grammy nominations have just been announced, and it looks to be a standout year for African artist.

Burna Boy has earned his first-ever nomination in the (albeit dubious) ‘Best World Music’ category for his celebrated album African Giant which features Ghanaian Rapper Manifest among others. Speaking with about the vision for the album back in August, the artist said: My vision is just to…shine a light on a place and on people and a situation and everything that there hasn’t been a light on for a long time.”

In that same category is three-time Grammy winner Angelique Kidjo for her album Celia, which pays homage to the late Afro-Cuban legend Celia Cruz. Burna and Kidjo worked together on the track “Different” from African Giant.

Also nominated for Best World Music category are Nathalie Joachim With Spektral Quartet for their release Fanm D’ayiti (Women of Haiti), Bokanté & Metropole Orkest (conducted by Jules Buckley) and Turkish rock band Altin Gün.

Also nominated for his work on J Balvin and Bad Bunny’s Oasis is Mr Eazi. Several artists including Wizkid, Tiwa SavageYemi Alade and Shatta Wale are nominated alongside Beyoncé for their work on her The Lion King: The Gift album, which was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album amongst others.

Funnyman Trevor Noah, who recently became the first African artist to sell-out Madison Square Garden, also earned a nomination in the Best Comedy Album category for “Sticks and Stones.”

Rapper, singer and flautist Lizzo is the most nominated artist with nine to her name. While the Grammy’s are often criticised for nominating the same African artists (and lumping them into one eye roll-worthy category known as the “Best World Music”) the inclusion of African Giant and other works from African does reflect an acknowledgement of the cultural influence of contemporary African pop music.

The 2020 Grammys are scheduled to air on January 26. See the full list of nominees below:

Album of the Year

Bon Iver – i,i
Lana Del Rey – Norman Fucking Rockwell!
Billie Eilish – When We All Fall Asleep,, Where Do We Go?
H.E.R. – I Used to Know Her
Lil Nas X – 7
Lizzo – Cuz I Love You
Vampire Weekend – Father of the Bride

Record of the Year

Bon Iver – Hey Ma
Billie Eilish – Bad Guy
Ariana Grande – 7 rings
H.E.R. – Hard Place
Khalid – Talk
Lil Nas X – Old Town Road
Lizzo – Truth Hurts
Post Malone – Sunflower

Song of the Year

Lady Gaga – Always Remember Us This Way
Billie Eilish – Bad Guy
Brandi Carlile – Bring My Flowers Now
H.E.R. – Hard Place
Taylor Swift – Lover
Lana Del Rey – Norman Fucking Rockwell
Lewis Capaldi – Someone You Loved
Lizzo – Truth Hurts

Best New Artist

Black Pumas
Billie Eilish
Lil Nas X
Maggie Rogers
Tank and the Bangas


Best Pop Solo Performance
Beyoncé – Spirit
Billie Eilish – Bad Guy
Ariana Grande – 7 rings
Lizzo – Truth Hurts
Taylor Swift – You Need to Calm Down

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
Ariana Grande & the Social House – Boyfriend
The Jonas Brothers – Sucker
Lil Nas X – Old Town Road [ft. Billy Ray Cyrus]
Post Malone – Sunflower [ft. Swae Lee]
Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello – Señorita

Best Pop Vocal Album
Beyoncé – The Lion King: The Gift
Billie Eilish – When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Ariana Grande – thank u, next
Ed Sheeran – No.6 Collaborations Project
Taylor Swift – Lover

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
Andrea Bocelli – Sì
Michael Bublé – Love (Deluxe Edition)
Elvis Costello & The Imposters – Look Now
John Legend – A Legendary Christmas
Barbra Streisand – Walls


Best Rap Album
Dreamville – Revenge of the Dreamers III
Meek Mill – Championships
21 Savage – I Am > I Was
Tyler, the Creator – IGOR
YBN Cordae – The Lost Boy

Best Rap Song
YBN Cordae – Bad Idea [ft. Chance the Rapper]
Rick Ross – Gold Roses [ft. Drake]
21 Savage – A Lot [ft. J. Cole]
Nipsey Hussle – Racks in the Middle [ft. Roddy Ricch and Hit-Boy]
DaBaby – Suge

Best Rap Performance
J. Cole – Middle Child DaBaby – Suge Dreamville – Down Bad [ft. J.I.D., Bas, J. Cole, EARTHGANG, Young Nudy] Nipsey Hussle – Racks in the Middle [ft. Roddy Ricch and Hit-Boy] Offset – Clout [ft. Cardi B]

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
DJ Khaled – Higher [ft. Nipsey Hussle and John Legend]
Lil Baby and Gunna – Drip Too Hard
Lil Nas X – Panini
Mustard – Ballin [ft. Roddy Ricch]
Young Thug – The London [ft. J. Cole and Travis Scott]


Best Rock Performance
Bones UK – Pretty Waste
Gary Clark Jr. – This Land
Brittany Howard – History Repeats
Karen O & Danger Mouse – Woman
Rival Sons – Too Bad

Best Metal Performance
Candlemass – Astorolus – The Great Octopus [ft. Tony Iommi] Death Angel – Humanicide
I Prevail – Bow Down
Killswitch Engage – Unleashed
Tool – 7empest

Best Rock Song
Tool – Fear Inoculum
The 1975 – Give Yourself a Try
Vampire Weekend – Harmony Hall
Brittany Howard – History Repeats
Gary Clark Jr. – This Land

Best Rock Album
Bring Me the Horizon – amo
Cage the Elephant – Social Cues
The Cranberries – In the End
I Prevail – Trauma
Rival Sons – Feral Roots

Best Alternative Music Album
Big Thief – U.F.O.F.
James Blake – Assume Form
Bon Iver – i,i
Vampire Weekend – Father of the Bride
Thom Yorke – Anima


Best R&B Performance
Daniel Caesar – Love Again [ft. Brandy]
H.E.R. – Could’ve Been [ft. Bryson Tiller]
Lizzo – Exactly How I Feel [ft. Gucci Mane]
Lucky Daye – Roll Some Mo
Anderson .Paak – Come Home [ft. Andre 3000]

Best Traditional R&B Performance
Bj the Chicago Kid – Time Today
India.Arie- Steady Love
Lizzo – Jerome
Lucky Daye – Real Games
PJ Morton – Built for Love [ft. Jazmine Sullivan]

Best R&B Song
H.E.R. – Could’ve Been [ft. Bryson Tiller]
Emily King – Look At Me Now
Chris Brown – No Guidance [ft. Drake]
Lucky Daye – Roll Some Mo
PJ Morton – Say So [ft. JoJo]

Best Urban Contemporary Album
Steve Lacy – Apollo XXI
Liz – Cuz I Love You
Georgia Anne Muldrow – Overload
Nao – Saturn
Jessie Reyez – Being Human in Public

Best R&B Album
BJ the Chicago Kid – 1123
Lucy Daye – Painted
Ella Mai – Ella Mai
PJ Morton – Paul
Anderson .Paak – Ventura


Best Dance Recording
Bonobo – Linked
The Chemical Brothers – Got to Keep On
Medusa – Piece of Your Heart [ft. Goodboys]
RÜFÜS DU SOL – Underwater
Skrillex and Boys Noize – Midnight Hour [ft. Ty Dolla $ign]

Best Dance/Electronic Album
Apparat – LP5
The Chemical Brothers – No Geography
Flume – Hi This Is Flume (Mixtape)
Tyco – Weather


Best Comedy Album
Jim Gaffigan – Quality Time
Ellen DeGeneres – Relatable
Aziz Ansari – Right Now
Trevor Noah – Son of Patricia
Dave Chapelle – Sticks and Stones


Best Remixed Recording
Madonna – I Rise (Tracy Young’s Pride Intro Radio Remix)
Miley Cyrus – Mother’s Daughter (Wuki Remix)
Jorja Smith – The One (High Contrast Remix)
Mild Minds – Swim (Ford. Remix)
Maria Davidson – Work It (Soulwax Remix)

Music for Visual Media

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media
Various Artists – The Lion King: The Songs
Various Artists – Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Taron Egerton – Rocketman
Various Artists – Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media
Alan Silvestri – Avengers: Endgame
Hildur Guðnadóttir – Chernobyl
Ramin Djawadi – Game of Thrones: Season 8
Hans Zimmer – The Lion King
Marc Shaiman – Mary Poppins Returns

Best Song Written for Visual Media
Chris Stapleton – The Ballad of the Lonesome Cowboy
Dolly Parton and Linda Perry – Girl in the Movies
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper – I’ll Never Love Again (Film Version)
Beyoncé – Spirit
Thom Yorke – Suspirium


Best Recording Package
Voces Del Bullerengue – Anónimas & Resilientes
Chris Cornell – Chris Cornell
The Muddy Basin Ramblers – Hold That Tiger
Bon Iver – i,i
Intellexual – Intellexual

Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package
Thom Yorke – Anima
David Gray – Gold in Brass Age
John Coltrane – 1963: New Directions
Wilhelm Furtwängler & Berliner Philharmoniker – The Radio Recordings 1939-1945
Various Artists – Woodstock: Back to the Garden – The Definitive 50th Anniversary

Best Album Notes
The Complete Cuban Jam Sessions – Judy Cantor-Navas
The Gospel According to Malaco – Robert Maravich
Pedal Steel + Four Corners – Brendan Greaves
Pete Seeger: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection – Jeff Place
Stay ’68: A Memphis Story – Steve Greenberg


Producer of the Year, Non-Classical
Jack Antonoff
Dan Auerbach
John Hill
Ricky Reed

Music Video/Film

Best Music Video
The Chemical Brothers – We’ve Got to Try
Gary Clark Jr. – This Land
FKA Twigs – Cellophane
Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus – Old Town Road (Official Movie)
Tove Lo – Glad He’s Gone

Best Music Film
Beyoncé – Homecoming
David Crosby – Remember My Name
Miles Davis – Birth of the Cool
Various Artists – Shangri-La
Thom Yorke – Anima