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Is It True That Justin Bieber featured Burna Boy on his latest 'Justice' album?

By Roro_Ronald | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 21 views

You Should Listen to Burna Boy's Feature On Justin Bieber's 'Loved By You'. I have heard on social media platforms that Burna Boy has been Featured On Justin Bieber's song. a week after winning a historic Grammy, Nigerian Afropop superstar Burna Boy gets to feature on Justin Bieber's new album.

The Canadian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalism Justin Bieber has released his new album. It's a 16-track collection of pop songs that includes appearances from Chance the Rapper, Khalid, Daniel Caesar, Giveon, and more.

A notable feature is Burna Boy who appears on track 14 of the album, "Loved By You." The song, which is about needing to be loved by someone, is a guitar-led composition that sees Burna Boy take over for the second verse.

Burna Boy continues to be on a roll as he just took home, this year's Grammy awards.

To the song on YouTube link:https://youtu.be/MHi4w6DO3DE?t=47.

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