P. Diddy emotional message to Africa over Burna Boy’s Twice As Tall Album has drew more attention to the recent release Album.
The American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, record executive, entrepreneur, and actor who produced the recent release Burna Boy Twice as tall album. P. Diddy in his emotional message to Africa has said the album helped him create a connection with Africa.
Sean John Combs, also known by the stage names Puff Daddy, Puffy, P. Diddy, Brother Love or Diddy, posted the message on his official Twitter handle
P. Diddy emotional message to Africa
“Dear Africa, you have been heavy on my mind and my heart … I’ve been trying to connect to the motherland for a minute, but I never got a chance to do it properly. When I say properly, I mean in a soulful spiritual way.”
But during this time we’ve had off, God blessed me to get a call from my brother @BurnaBoy.
He’s the first African artist I’ve been blessed to work with and he didn’t know this but at the time I was praying to God to bring something to me that would help to bring us all together through music.
I think it’s so important we all make it our mission to build a bridge to the motherland. Let’s continue to uplift and build with our brothers and sisters. It’s what THEY fear the most… Strength in numbers. Love, your brother Diddy. See y’all soon! #BlackUnity #TWICEASTALL”
P. Diddy emotional message to Africa has shown that the American star has been housing the desire to draw closer to Africa and working with Burna Boy on the Twice as Tall Album has made it possible.
Burna Boy (Damini Ogulu) has continue to break bounds. His Twice as Tall album, which was released on Thursday 13th of August 2020, has enjoyed high ratings from people across the world.
The Album which hit more than 5 million streams in just 3 hours of its release has been claimed by many to be the Album of the year.
The Album which was produced by P. Diddy featured a wide range of artists from Africa and the US.