Burna Boy delivers powerful “Odogwu” music video
The Nigerian star is a victorious leader in his latest clip.
Earlier this month, Burna Boy liberated his new single “Odogwu,” which pays homage to his Igbo heritage. This week, he gifts us with a lively visual for the track, which is direcrted by TG Omori and sees Burna Boy acting as the leader of his Nigerian tribe, complete with traditional dances and rituals throughout different locations.
The Kel P-produced track is Burna Boy’s second since the release of December’s “Money Play.” Prior to that, he delivered his chart-topping fourth studio album African Giant, which earned numerous awards for the Afro-fusion architect and ended up on many publications’ best of lists. Presumably, fans can expect a new project to follow in 2020.
In the meantime, check out his music video for “Odogwu” below, which is available on all major streaming platforms. Also included are Burna’s forthcoming “Twice As Tall Would Tour” dates, which — if the world’s current crisis doesn’t cause any postponements — is set to kick off this May.
“Twice As Tall World Tour” dates:
May 7: Atlanta, GA – Roxy
May 9: Washington, DC – Broccoli City Festival
May 13: Los Angeles, CA – Palladium
May 16: San Francisco, CA – Masonic
May 18: Seattle, WA – Showbox SoDo
May 20: Denver, CO – Summit
May 22: Minneapolis, MN – The Fillmore
May 23: Indianapolis, MN – Egyptian Room
May 28: Boston, MA – House of Blues
May 29: New York, NY – Coney Island Amphitheater
May 30: Philadelphia, PA – Roots Picnic*
May 31: Cincinnati, OH – Bogarts
June 3: Miami, FL – Fillmore
June 6: Houston, TX – NRG Arena
June 7: Dallas, TX – South Side Ballroom
June 28: Somerset, UK – Glastonbury Festival
June 30: Oslo, Norway – Kadetten Festival
July 2: Belfort, France – Les Eurockeennee Festival
July 3: Ericeira, Portugal – Sumol Summer Festival
July 4: London, UK – Wireless Festival
July 10: Rotterdam, Netherlands – North See Jazz
July 12: Liege, Belgium – Les Aredentes
July 16: Bern, Switzerland – Gurten Festival
July 18: Ferropolis, Germany – Melt Festival
July 18: Almere, Netherlands – Oh My Festival
July 19: Paris, France – Lollapalooza
July 31: Montreal, Canada – Osheaga Festival
August 15: Gothenburg, Sweden – Way Out West
August 29: Antwerp, Belgium – Fire Is Gold
August 30: Oberhausen, Germany – Hype Festival
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