Vector Tha Viper

‘Burna Boy Has Lots to Say But Not Skillful Lyrically’ – Rapper Vector

Nigerian rapper Vector Tha Viper has weighed in on Burna Boy’s lyrical prowess, suggesting that while the Grammy-winning artist has a lot to say, he may lack skillfulness lyrically.

During a recent episode of the Afrobeats Podcast, Vector shared his perspective, emphasizing the importance of lyrical skill in captivating audiences. He acknowledged Burna Boy’s expressive nature but hinted that finesse in lyrical delivery could enhance the overall impact of his message.

“Burna Boy has a lot to say so let him say it. But if you have a lot to say, for you to be interesting, you have to be skillful lyrically,” Vector remarked.

Despite his critique, Vector encouraged Burna Boy to remain authentic and unafraid to voice his opinions, affirming that artistic expression is a fundamental right for musicians.

The discussion reignites conversations about Burna Boy’s style and approach to lyricism, particularly following his controversial remarks last year. In a feature on J.Cole’s track “Thanks,” from his album “I Told Them,” Burna Boy stirred debate by expressing feelings of underappreciation within the Nigerian community despite his international acclaim.

As opinions continue to swirl within the music industry, Vector’s comments add depth to ongoing discussions about the intersection of lyrical skill and artistic expression in Nigerian music.

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