Burna Boy Breaks Free from Afrobeats Norms with Powerful Single ‘Sitting On Top Of The World’: An Epic Anthem of Triumph, Resilience, and Unyielding Pursuit of Dreams

While busy on an international tour, Burna Boy has decided to share his latest song, “Sitting on top of the Worl,” a celebratory song that aptly describes his success.

The song is a feel-good anthem built around a sample of Brandy and Mase’s 1998 hit “Top of the World.” Burna Boy’s vocals are smooth and soulful, and he delivers the lyrics with confidence and swagger, a mix of the 90s in Burner’s version without the Afrobeats productions.

The lyrics of the song are about feeling good and being on top of the world. Burna Boy raps about his success and how he’s living his best life. He also encourages listeners to believe in themselves and never give up on their dreams.

“Sitting on top of the world” is a positive and uplifting song that showcases a unique side of Burner Boy without the Afrobeats tag and also displays versatility as an artist.

The song is also a reminder that anything is possible if you set your mind to it. Burna Boy is a living example of this. He came from humble beginnings and worked hard to achieve his dreams.

If you’re looking for a song that will make you feel good and believe in yourself, then you need to check out “Sitting on top of the world.” a reminder that we all have the potential to achieve great things. If we believe in ourselves and never give up on our dreams, then anything is possible.

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