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April 21, 2024 | 10:04 am

It’s another week full of explosive entertainment. For your enjoyment, we’ve put together some of the best stories you may have missed this week. Burna Boy Makes ‘Times’ 2024 100 Most Influential People Nigerian Afrobeat star and Grammy award-winning artist Burna Boy has been included in the Times’ list of the 100 Most Influential People…

It’s another week full of explosive entertainment. For your enjoyment, we’ve put together some of the best stories you may have missed this week.

Burna Boy Makes ‘Times’ 2024 100 Most Influential People
Nigerian Afrobeat star and Grammy award-winning artist Burna Boy has made it to The Times’ list of the 100 Most Influential People of 2024.

Other icons and change makers include Taraji P. Henson, Maya Rudolph, 21 Savage and Patrick Mahomes.

His profile was written by Beninese-French award-winning artist Angelique Kidjo, in which she wrote: “He is history in the making.

Now a whole generation of young people from the continent looks up to him.”

Angelique also highlighted the successes and some records that Burna Boy broke through his music and activism.

Tems will release a new album in May 2024
Tems’ long-awaited studio album will finally be released in May.

The Nigerian singer and media sensation announced through her post on X that her debut studio album ‘Born in the wild’ has been completed.

‘Born in the wild. The album. May 2024,” Tems wrote on her page.

Davido’s ‘Unavailable’ certified gold in France after 15 million streams.
Davido’s popular hit ‘Unavailable’ has received a gold certification in France.

Davido

The song, which was part of his fourth album ‘Timeless’, featuring other artists such as Musa Keys, Ragee and Magicsticks, received over 15 million streams, leading to its certification.

His other hit song, “Fall,” also achieved a 4X Platinum certification in the United States and a Platinum certification in South Africa.

Tiwa reveals why she left acting for music
Sensation Afrobeats singer Tiwa Savage has revealed why she left acting for music.

She announced this in an interview with MTV Base.

Tiwa said, “I have always wanted to act.

Tiwa wanted

Acting was one of my first loves before music. I got into music because I was in love with a guy and he was always around the musician, so I said, ‘Yes, forget acting and just go into music.’ She said.