African giant Burna Boy has released a mini-documentary music video for his single, “Whiskey.”
In the song “Whiskey,” Burna Boy uses his craft to describe what the people from Port Harcourt have been going through for a while.
In the video, the people of Port Harcourt emphasise the challenges of environmental pollution plaguing the Niger Delta region due to oil exploration.
“If the government refused to develop the region. And continue the marginalization and injustice. The youth that’s what comes after us. And it will be more brutal, than what we have done.”
The P2J-produced song, “Whiskey,” was taken from Burna Boy’s sixth studio album, “Love, Damini.” The song gets a well-deserved visual.