In the vibrant world of Afro-fusion music, Burna Boy has consistently proven himself to be a force to be reckoned with. His latest release, “City Boys,” extracted from his album “I Told Them…,” has taken the music scene by storm.
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Not only does it sample the iconic R&B hit “Birthday Sex” by Jeremih, but it also features a cheeky intro by J Hus. With the song capturing hearts and playlists across the globe, it’s no surprise that fans eagerly awaited its music video.
The wait is finally over, and Burna Boy has unleashed the visuals for “City Boys.” The result is a raw, tongue-in-cheek, and vivid representation of the song’s lyrics that provides viewers with a glimpse into the life of a city boy. Burna Boy stays true to the theme, taking us on a tour of Miami’s streets.
In the music video, Burna Boy and his crew make a grand entrance, cruising through the Miami streets in a convoy of luxury cars. Their swagger is undeniable as they post up in front of local shops, making it clear that the city is theirs to conquer.
As Burna Boy’s lyrics flow, he delivers a bold and unapologetic message: “Girls in my crib / Zero Snapchat, zero Instagram posting / Fuck up the vibe, my dick / Start falling like London Bridge.” It’s a declaration of self-assuredness and a reminder that superficial fame and appearances hold no significance in his world.