Less than a week after the release of Burna Boy’s ‘I Told Them’ album, a critic has labeled it as the artist’s weakest effort since the inception of his career.
A provocative figure on Twitter, Daniel Regha, made this assertion in response to Burna Boy’s statement that the album was influenced by Twitter.
In a tweet, Daniel Regha rated the album’s quality as 3 out of 10, emphasizing that the songs lacked substance and were primarily driven by beats.
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He went on to criticize Burna Boy for directly criticizing Nigerians in one of the tracks titled ‘Thanks,’ which features American rapper J. Cole.
In his words:
“Burna’s new album (‘I Told Them’) rates a 3/10; it’s the least impressive work from Burna since he embarked on his career. The beats are solid, but the songs lack depth. The entire album seems to champion arrogance, endorse violence, and explicit lyrics.
“Moreover, the album’s title doesn’t align with its theme. Burna’s diss towards Nigerians in ‘Thanks’ featuring J. Cole was uncalled for, and some of the intros were unnecessary. The album didn’t live up to the anticipation or the hype. No offense.”
This critique has generated diverse responses from other music enthusiasts, with some agreeing with the assessment while others hold a different perspective.