Fans Excite As 21 Savage Sings Burna Boy’s ‘On The Low’ Word For Word On IG Live: “Naija Boy”

  • Nigerians are so happy with the recent video of American rapper 21 Savage, whose real name is Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph
  • In the viral clip, the American music rapper was seen singing along to Burna Boy’s ‘On the Low’ word for word
  • This left music lovers shocked as they wondered how he could calmly memorize every bit of the song

In several cases, foreign musicians have been caught singing Nigerian songs verbatim. This is the same way Nigerians love American musicians as well as those from other countries.

Similarly, American rapper Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, popularly known as 21 Savage, was live on Instagram yesterday with his fans. At the same time the song ‘On the Low’ by the multi-award winning singer Burna Boy was played.

21 Savage sings Burna Boy's song word for word.
Rapper 21 savage sings Burna Boy’s song, ‘On the low’ on IG Live. Credit: @burnaboygram, @21savage
Source: Instagram

To the surprise of many, the rapper sang every part of the song without stuttering. Social media users flooded his IG Live and praised him. Some critics even believe that 21 Savage’s is looking for a new collaboration with the singer.

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In 2019, Damini Ogulu, better known as Burna Boy, released On the Low from his album African Giant.

Watch 21 Savage video here:

We’ll recall that the singer also recently sang Mavin signee Ayra Starr’s “Commas” word for word on IG Live.

Nigerians react to video of 21 savages singing ‘On the Low’ has compiled a list below:


“Word for word keh.”


“21 times not.”


“ODG for the world.”


“Na Wizkid na burna.”


“21 is a real one, he really tried lol.”


“He’s officially an Outsider.”


“Afrobeats are here to stay.”


“Watch the live commentary section, I don’t know if I feel the beat and drum of the music there too.”

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“Naija boy.”

Doja Cat greets 21 savage in Yoruba

Yoruba culture is gradually becoming global as more foreign artists continue to imitate its standards.

A video of American singer Doja Cat and rapper 21 Savage greeting each other in Yoruba while on Adin Ross’ live stream has gone viral.

The American singer was heard telling the rapper, “Bawo Ni” which is a Yoruba way of saying how you are, while the rapper replied with Alaafia.


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