The biggest music album out there is Burnaboy’s ‘Twice As Tall‘ which was produced by American hip hop star, Sean Combs aka P. Diddy.
The much-anticipated album ‘Twice As Tall‘ was released on Friday, 14th of August, 2020. The new album also reached over 5 million streams in an hour of it’s release.
The 15-track album which has features from top music artists such as Naughty by Nature, Sauti Sol, Coldplay, and so on also have P. Diddy as a co-executive producer.
The executive producer of ‘Twice As Tall‘, P. Diddy has declared the album as his album of the year in a tweet. ‘Diddy’ as he’s also called has now shared exciting information about the album via a Twitter thread.
P. Diddy On Burnaboy’s ‘Twice As Tall’ Album
Sean Combs aka P.Diddy took to his Twitter page to talk about the new album dropped by ‘African Giant‘, Burnaboy, titled ‘Twice As Tall‘.
He wrote ”Dear Africa, you have been on my mind and my heart… I’ve been trying to connect to the motherland for a minute, but I never got a chance to do it properly. When I say properly, I mean in a soulful way”
He then revealed how joyous he was when he received a call from Burnaboy to be a part of the newly released music project which made Burnaboy the first African artist he has ever worked with.
”He’s the first African I’ve been blessed to work with and he didn’t know this but at the time I was praying to God to bring something to me that would help to bring us all together through music”
Diddy has been pushing to work with African artists for a while now. He also made mention of this in an Instagram chat with Tiwa Savage some months ago.
He ended the Twitter thread with an important message on standing together as Africans. ”I think it’s so important we all make it our mission to build a bridge to the motherland. Let’s continue to uplift and build with our brothers and sisters. It’s what THEY fear the most… Strength in numbers. Love, your brother Diddy. See y’all soon! #BlackUnity #TWICEASTALL”
Burnaboy has received praise from music lovers worldwide for the landmark achieved in the album ‘Twice As Tall’. The music project is used by the ‘African Giant‘ who lost to Angelique Kidjo in the last Grammy Awards to help foster African Unity as well as support the Black People Movement.