The singer won the Best Global Music Album category in the 63rd Grammy Awards after he was nominated two times back to back happens to be one of the most successful African singer in the world.
Burna Boy who described himself as "the stone that the builder refused" said producing his Twice as Tall music video in lockdown was "very fun and convenient at the same time" as that was the first time he has ever say down at home to do everything.
He went on to talk about why it's important for Africans to tell their own story because stories of the continent is usually twisted when others tell am.
But according to him, "now is the time to turn all the around because finally we have a generation of Africans that won't accept that" and now is the time to change the narrative back to the truth.
The Grammy award winner believe that he would have won the award before now if the country had leaders who support young people.
"If we had leaders who took the youths serious and some kind of infrastructures were in place, I would have won the Grammy in 2021, I would have won the Grammys in 2013 or 2014". Burna Boy said.
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