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Burna Boy Tells Apple Music About New Song “Kilometre”

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Burna Boy joins Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 to discuss his new song “Kilometre”. He tells Apple Music about the song and how it came to be, says he’s planning to drop an an album later this year, shares his love for vinyl, and more.
Key quotes below — feel free to use with coverage of the song and credit Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1.
Burna Boy Tells Apple Music About “Kilometre” and How It Came To Be…
It’s really me talking about how far I’ve come, I’ve come a long way. At the same time, just having fun with it. When the song drops, start running around, wherever you go. Just start running around It doesn’t need an explanation.
It was just fun. Really, man. We had a retreat beach house slash just paradise place in Ghana where I was working in, and one just came of. That’s one of the ones that just came of from that. I actually, took it to the club that day. I actually tried to visit the club back here. We got one.
Burna Boy Tells Apple Music About Forthcoming Music…
I’m definitely planning to drop my next album this year. Especially, at the same time I dropped the last one. I’m trying to do that as long as I can.
Burna Boy Tells Apple Music About Wanting To Make Music With Meaning…
The messages in the caves, in the Pyramids of Egypt, our ancestors and stuff like that. Everything kind of have little significance. There was everything meant something. Everything you think, you see means something. And for me, that’s how I want my music to be seen. I want everything you see about my music to mean something
Burna Boy Tells Apple Music Why He Loves Vinyl…
Unfortunately, I haven’t really been in a space where I’ve discovered new stuff. I’ve literally been listening to vinyl records, some African artists and stuff like that. I’ve just been in a different space. Man, it kind of takes me to a place that I wish I could explain by experience, but it takes me back to when my grandparents were alive, and I feel like I’m there. I just love authentic themes, authentic past, and organic past. It’s almost like time travel.

 

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