Burna Kid raps Dark Sherif's Second Lesson in exactly the same words
Burna Kid has been spotted on Instagram knocking to a melody from the new music sensation, Dark Sherif.
In an Instagram story on Monday evening, the Nigerian artist was found in a close faint room while taking a break with Blacko's latest hit-melody, Second Message playing uproariously behind the scenes.
In addition to the fact that Grammy awarded winning artiste let the melody play, yet he chimed in word for word, while he smoked.
The Nigerian appears to have gone gaga for Blacko's art.
This is on the grounds that Monday's case isn't the initial time Burna kid has been seen freely recognizing crafted by the Konongo-conceived vocalist.
Recently, he was found in another Instagram video parading his strut in the organization of a similar tune as he mumbled the verses.
The main contrast this time is that his Twi language was stronger and close flawless for an outsider.
Second Lesson was delivered on July 2021 this year to a resonating gathering solidifying Blacko's name as a distinct advantage among the new-schoolers in the music business.
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