- In a red-hot interview that’s taking the internet by storm, elite football striker Harry Kane bared his soul about being hooked on Burna Boy’s tunes.
- He let slip the deets on a track that’s practically on a loop in his mind, giving fans a sneak peek into his musical groove.
- The English football skipper spilled that he’s grooving to Burna’s sound, and he’s itching to catch the live performance of the ‘Last last’ crooner.
Bayern Munich Frontman, Harry Kane, let the cat out of the bag, declaring himself a massive admirer of the Grammy-winning Nigerian crooner, Burna Boy.
The England captain spilled these hot details while going toe-to-toe with questions in a recent ESPN UK interview.
When thrown the curveball question about the latest tune stuck on repeat in his noggin, Kane, in viral video, dished out the details, revealing it’s Burna Boy’s smasher “Big 7” that’s been on constant repeat on his playlist. He threw a nod to Burna Boy, expressing his genuine liking.
“You know, ‘Big 7’ from Burna Boy? Yeah, I do like Burna Boy, to be fair. It just popped into my head there.”
The ex-Tottenham striker bared his soul about live music dreams, confessing a fervent wish to soak in the vibes of Burna Boy or savor the lyrical wizardry of British rapper Dave under the stage lights.
On the musician he would like to see live, the former Tottenham striker said, “Maybe someone like Burna Boy or Dave, you know.”
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In other news, Nigerian singer, Divine Ikubor, popularly known as Rema, shuts down his “Ravage Uprising” 02 Arena show in London on November 14, 2023.
The sold-out show of 20,000 capacity saw the likes of Nigerian celebrities and fans traveling all the way to London for the show that can described as yet another celebration of Afrobeats, showcasing the genre’s energy, diversity, and global appeal.
Rema joined other award-winning Nigerian artistes like Wizkid, Davido, Burna Boy, and Asake who have already sold the arena.
Performing at the iconic arena, Rema opened his act by performing his latest hit, “DND” as he made a dramatic entrance on a stationary horse, wearing a mask and black ensemble.
One of the highlights of the night was when Rema brought out his fellow Mavin Records signees, Ayra Starr, Crayon, and Magixx, for the performance of “Won Da Mo.”