Proud Of Lil Bro -Burna Boy Reacts To Black Sherif’s New Album

Burna Kid, a Nigerian Reggae and Afrobeats performer, has at long last answered Dark Sherif’s presentation collection, “The Lowlife I Never Was,” weeks after it was delivered.

The Grammy victor, who experienced passionate feelings for Dark Sherif’s expertise and happened to remix his tune “Second Lesson,” has at long last shared his considerations on the collection.

Fans have been holding on to see Burna Kid’s reaction since the collection’s delivery, and presently it has at long last shown up.

Burna Kid, who is at present on visit, shared a screen capture of the collection with the accompanying subtitle in a snapchat post:

“Pleased with lil brother.”

He likewise went on to urge his adherents to purchase and pay attention to the collection.

Recollect how Burna Kid started gossipy tidbits about a possible fight with Dark Sheriff, the ongoing rave sensation from Ghana?

A virtual entertainment video that has turned into a web sensation portrays the Grammy champ overlooking Sheriff’s solicitation for a handshake.

While Burna Kid was associating with fans in Jamaica, Popcaan and the Ghanaian performer rose up out of a close by space to welcome him.

Popcaan got a handshake from him, yet Dark Sheriff, who had expanded his hand marginally, didn’t.

Odogwu claimed not to see the rapper and continued his discussion with different visitors in the space.