The Grammy-winning Afrofusion singer, Burna Boy, teased his fans on Wednesday by hinting at using Portable's artwork as his forthcoming album's cover.
Burna Boy, in the early hours of Wednesday, tweeted the Zazu crooner's artwork where he dressed as a preacher, adding that he [Burna Boy] would love to photoshopped artwork as his new album’s cover.
Fast-rising singer, Portable, who recently held his first international tour in the United Kingdom has burst into with his hit song ‘Zazu’ featuring Olamide, and Poco Lee.
“Deep down I really want this to be my album cover. Love, Damini,” Burna Boy tweeted to his 6.6million followers.
As of the time of filing the report, the tweet has attracted over 70 thousand reactions.
Burna Boy is expected to drop his sixth studio album on his 31st birthday, on July 2, 2022, a project that would highlight his personal struggles.
“Love, Damini is a personal body of work. It’s about the ups and downs, the growth, the L’s and W’s. I’m excited to share this journey and roll [it] out with you all,” he had written.
Meanwhile, Burna Boy, recently dropped 'Last Last' - a sample of Toni Braxton’s 2000 R&B hit, “He Wasn’t Man Enough” - off his forthcoming album.
The African Giant performed the song for the first time as he made his debut at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Burna Boy also wowed the audience with his song 'Kilometre' as the Nigerian hotshot closed the award ceremony held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.