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Video: What Really Happened in the Burna Boy and Aristokrat Deal? He Shares the Hookup and Breakup Story.

Burna BoyFolks, there are actually a lot of deals that have been brokered these past few weeks both on the US and Nigeria end. I hope I can get it this week.

What Really Happened in the Burna Boy and Aristokrat Deal? He Shares their Hookup & Breakup Story.

Highlights

1. Signed with Aristokrat record for two years, the contract expired. By that time, he was much bigger as an artist and he chose to move on.

2. He has three major deal offers including Sony.

3. He now has white fans and is not the same artist.

4. He is more exportable.

5. Match to your own beat. Be yourself as an artist.

Watch below.

I’m outta of here. Catch you all next time.

Cheers,
Uduak

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