Burna Boy Releases ‘I Told Them’ Print Magazine Alongside Album

Circulating in store shelves for some days now, in pair with the unleashing of his new seventh studio album ‘I Told Them’ is an accompanying print magazine of the same name, which expands on the music in the album and brings it into quick emphasis.

The newly released magazine which is on sale globally and at the Shreeji News and Magazines head store in London, also came with a Meet-and-Greet event, that saw Burna Boy exclusively signing copies to loyal buffs on Monday, September 4.

The special edition magazine encompasses exclusive discussions with collaborators on the project, especially American rapper/record producer and co-founder of the Wu-Tang Clan RZA, behind-the-scenes photographs of Burna during the album’s composition procedure across different studios around the world and never seen before lyric breakdowns of the album’s standout tracks.

The new magazine also highlights some of the distinctive African creatives in their respective domains including mixed media artist, Dennis Osadebe, self-taught photographer, Stephen Tayo and homegrown brands, WAF and THIS IS US.

In authentic Burna Boy style, the print magazine is yet another medium for enthusiasts and audiences to comprehend his detailed approach to his art. Generally, in music, artists are inclined to depend heavily on music videos, social media and the visual facet to create the world around their projects. The African Giant establishes a unique criterion by giving birth to a timeless print publication that fans and dedicated audiences can buy, own, resell, share and collect for years to come.

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