Wizkid, Burna Boy Make GQ’s List of Albums That Made 2020 Tolerable

British GQ Magazine has rated Nigeria singer ‘s album “Made In Lagos” as one of the albums that made 2020 tolerable for the world. Another Nigerian who made the list is , with his “Twice As Tall” album.

2020 was a difficult year for many around the world because of the coronavirus pandemic, which arrested many industries and almost brought the world to a standstill.

Amid the difficulties spawned by the coronavirus pandemic, many were able to find salvation in music. British GQ Magazine recognized this and has made a list of projects that made the year somewhat bearable.

and are the only Africans who made the list. The magazine noted that Burna’s global sound, which deftly blends afrobeat and dancehall rhythms, became universally enjoyable this year.

On , the magazine asserts that the songster combines his global vision with a focus on Yoruba, Afro-Latin.

Back home in Nigeria, fans are celebrating the milestone of the two artistes’s inclusion on the list by the prestigiious magazine.

What do you make of British GQ Magazine’s list of albums that made 2020 tolerable? Would you have adopted a similar list? You’re welcome to join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section.

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