Burna Boy, the Grammy-winning Nigerian artist, also known as Damini Ogulu, revealed in a recent interview with BBC Radio 1Xtra in London, United Kingdom, that the late Indian rapper Sidhu Moose Wala served as his muse during creative lulls.
He expressed that Sidhu Moose Wala was a significant source of inspiration for him when he felt musically drained, and they had been collaborating on a joint project before the rapper’s tragic assassination in May 2022.
He said, “He [Sidhu Moose Wala] was one of the biggest inspirations I had at a time when I felt like I’ve already musically done it all. I felt like I’d exhausted myself musically in my head because I was listening to everything and nothing was making sense to me.
“I felt like I’ve already spoken about everything. I already said everything [in songs]. But Sidhu brought another angle to my musicality. He is a legend. The legend of Punjab. There will never be another one.”
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