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Sia and Burna Boy link up on “Hey Boy”

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Australian Pop sensation and mega superstar Sia, link up with African Giant, Burna Boy on the remix for Hey Boy. Hey Boy was released on November 19th, 2020 with the sequel seeing light of day today – January 14.

The collab which was teased two days prior to its release already had fans gushing over the magnitiude and importance of such link up with expectations shooting up the roof.

Hey Boy is a Pop song with electronic-guitar instrumentals which Sia did justice to; starting off with the lyrics: “Hey boy, what you from me?” quickly setting the tone on what the song is about.

Burna Boy brings his lyrical brilliance on the track as he gravitates towards the feminine gender, assuring his lover he is ready to get cozzy with her, he sings: “If you come closer babe / Make I put you on my roster babe / Put me weapon inna your holster babe / Your last lover was a joker babe.”

Sia and Burna Boy are both signed under Atlantic Records. Hey Boy remix is the last track of the motion picture soundtrack for the movie (of the same name) titled — Music — which has a release date of February 12, 2021.

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Sia and Burna Boy get animated on “Hey Boy” visuals

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The music video for the much anticipated collab between Sia Furler and Burna Boy has finally arrived and it is a joy to watch!

Sia and Burna are animated characters for the Rafatoon directed video for Hey Boy. Sia is spotted in her trademark face-covering blonde and black wig.

Burna Boy enters with the words: “If you come closer babe / Make I put you for my roster babe” and he meant that to the core, as his character’s first appearance which has semblance with a wolf (or maybe dog) is seen sitted between two female zebra characters with other booties character surrounding him.

Sia’s character perfoms for an audience which ranges from humans to cyborg animals before transitioning to a trippy field, where Burna Boy appears too.

You can watch the video here: Hey Boy (feat. Burna Boy) [official music video].

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Davido shares lovely note he wrote in remembrance of late mother

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Davido (real name David Adeleke) remebers late mother, late Dr. Veronica Adeleke, who died at the tender age of 39 is being remembered by her son in a heartwarming post which Davido shares lovely note he wrote at a young age.

On the lovely letter, young David wrote:

“Sweet Mother,

How much I love you, and how much you gave to me. Despite my stubbornness, you are there to correct me. I miss your warm hugs, lovely kisses and your lovely smile. You are one in a million. You will always be on my mind. Rest in peace.

Your loving son,

Adeleke David.”

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People don’t believe I work hard, because of my wealthy background – Kidd Waya

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Big Brother Naija 2020 housemate, Kidd Waya, son to Nigerian billionaire Terry Ways, seems to cause a lot of hot topic discussion anytime he makes a social commentary via his platforms on social media, sat down with BBC Pidgin to talk about life, work, fame and money.

Kidd Waya who made a tweet on 12 December 2020 saying: “The difference between you and I is hardwork. The rest is just excuses.” Fans and users of the app took it personally and attacked him and tagged him ‘proud’ and ‘inconsiderate’ for putting out such words especially during this pandemic and generalised he makes such comment due to his wealthy upbringing.

Kidd Waya speaking with BBC said regarding the tweet that it was “misinterpretated” and what he actually meant was that “hardwork gets you far. It’s simply for motivational purposes.”

Talking on Nigerians generalising kids from wealthy background, he goes on to say: “I feel like in this country, a son or daughter from a wealthy background cannot have an opinion, cannot talk . . . cannot think, they’re not allowed to do anything.” Speaking further on his stance regarding the tweet and how he is viewed as being proud, he says: “I’m not one to brag or to demeanour anybody, I was simply giving an advise and people took it the wrong way.”

On what it is like being a billionaire son, he reveals: “To be a billionaire son is not easy, me myself, I’m not billionaire. I try not to look at the title, the tag ‘billionaire’. I try to focus on myself as that is my dad’s life, that is his hard earned money. I’m still trying to hustle for myself.”

Regarding Nigerians misconceptions about his work ethic, he told BBC: “What I face on a regular, people don’t believe I work hard, because they believe “it’s your dad’s cash, your dad gave it to you.” They have this misconception that everyone from a wealthy background gets things handed to them easily and to be fair, that’s not the case.” Telling he knows a lot of people in the industry from wealthy background who work just as hard as their fellow colleagues.

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