Burna Boy Big 7 lyrics

Burna Boy “Big 7” lyrics

Burna Boy Big 7 Lyrics

Here is Big 7 Lyrics by Burna Boy

Big 7 Lyrics Burna Boy


Big seven, Big seven
Big seven, Big seven

{Verse 1}
First of all, rest in peace Virgil Abloh
Don’t spill no drink
on my clothes when I’m Louis V drippin’
Don’t like stress in my zone, man
Straight to the head when I’m 1942 sippin’

Been wavy since Berlin
No dey talk to me in public
Mix my drink with a likkle Molly
Smoke my weed to this claro, oh

Lamborghini driver,
‘Rarri 458 Italia
I really, really spent a
milli’ on just two Richard Milles
And I wear ’em willy-nilly through the city, ayy

Wavy since London
Wavy since Berlin
So no dey talk to me in public
I’m in a different place
If you see me tonight,
you can clearly see that
I’ve been wavy since mornin’

{Verse 2}
Alright, R.I.P. to Sidhu
Put your hands up, reach for the roof
if you know you fuck with me
Don’t like squares in my crew,
if I call you my brother,
then you best believe you’re stuck with me
Been wavy since Berlin
I no go fit take you from nothin’,
so I beg you nuh disturb me

I no dey carry overload
Ghetto gospel preacher
Two times community service preacher
Right now I’m chillin’,
but my niggas gettin’
busy in the city spinnin’,
spinnin’ ’til for the Lizzie

Wavy since London
Wavy since Berlin
So no dey talk to me in public
No dey talk to me in public
Wavy since Sweden
Wavy since Paris
So no dey talk to me in public
I’m in a different place
If you see me tonight,
you can clearly see that
I’ve been wavy since mornin’

Big seven
Big seven, Big seven
Big seven
Big seven
Big seven, Big seven


That’s Big 7 Lyrics by Burna Boy


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Big 7 Lyrics points to majorly one thing- Burna Boy is not about the mid life anymore.

The way he flaunts his progress and achievements with Big 7 lyrics points to how he is proud of how far he has come and the things he has put in to actually make it this far and still be at the top.

I mean, Big 7 is a culmination of the hurdles and dues that Burna Boy has encountered and he is trying to say with Big 7 that it all paid off. He is no longer someone you would see riding commercial or being in any space that isn’t VIP because he is no longer about that “normal life”

To an extent, Big 7 shows that Burna Boy is more than VIP. I mean, think about it. The normal rating for any service or person is 5 stars, but that does not mean you actually get 5 stars all the time.

However, Burna Boy is saying with Big 7 lyrics that he gets all the stars because that’s who he is right now, and he has worked hard enough for it.


Big 7 lyrics Burna


The Delivery on Big 7 is cool. Burna Boy delivers Big 7 with that cool but really superstar vibe that makes you see that he has indeed arrived into that “Nigerian Dream” lifestyle.



Big 7 makes it really relatable. I mean, the Nigerian Dream is all about making enough money that not only do not have to worry about having money. You get to eat, dine and live wherever you want because you can AFFORD that lifestyle.

Burna Boy does not use Big 7 to intimidate or unnecessarily flaunt his lifestyle and success. He is saying that he has a right to that lifestyle because he has earned it. This is what Big 7 mean.


Mixing and Production

It would have been better if Big 7 had been faster paced. But this may not be a strong argument considering that “High” was a hit even though it was not as fast paced for a disco joint.


Replay Value.

Big 7 songwriting, as well as the line “Big 7” makes the song alone replay able incessantly.


Lyricism: 1.6/2

Delivery: 1.4/2

Relatability: 1.5/2

Mixing and Production: 1.3/2

Replay Value: 1.6/2

Total: 7.4/10


With his fusion of dancehall, reggae, Afrobeat, and pop, Burna Boy emerged in the early part of the 2010s as one of Nigeria’s fastest-rising stars.

The LeriQ-produced 2012 single “Like to Party” proved to be his breakout track and paved the way for his full-length debut, L.I.F.E, a year later. Over the next five years, Burna released two more albums and collaborated with a variety of artists, from J Hus and Skales to Fall Out Boy and Lilly Allen.

His international exposure widened with 2018’s Outside, which hit number three on the Billboard Reggae chart and won the Nigeria Entertainment Award for Album of the Year. 2019’s African Giant and 2020’s Twice as Tall were both widely acclaimed and charted in several countries.

After becoming the first Nigerian to headline a show at Madison Square Garden, he released his sixth album, Love, Damini, in 2022. Burna Boy was born Damini Ogulu in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria, in 1991. He began making music at just ten years old when a fellow classmate at school gave him a copy of the production software FruityLoops.

Armed with these means, he began to create his own beats on an old computer. After he graduated, he moved to London to attend university, but he dropped out after two years and moved back to Nigeria. In 2010, the 19-year-old Ogulu traveled to Nigeria’s southern coast, where a mutual acquaintance, producer LeriQ, had some studio space.

This marked a period when he began to connect to the music of his native country, having spent most of his youth immersed in American acts like DMX. He delved into the dancehall and reggae music his father listened to and explored the Afro-beat music preferred by his grandfather (who had also been Fela Kuti’s first manager).

As a result of his new discoveries, Ogulu created a confluence of genres that would become his signature sound. With production by LeriQ, Burna Boy created “Like to Party,” which marked his rise to prominence and generated a local buzz along the way. 2013 saw the release of his debut studio album; featuring guest slots from Wizkid, Timaya, 2face, and M.I., L.I.F.E drew favorable reviews from the music press.

For his sophomore effort, 2015’s On a Spaceship, Burna parted ways with both his record company and LeriQ, and delivered a record even more diverse than his first. In 2017, he teamed up with producer Juls for the single “Rock Your Body.” A host of singles followed throughout the year, including “GBA,” “Streets of Africa,” “Koni Baje,” and “Sekkle Down,” featuring J Hus.

After releasing the Lily Allen-aided single “Heaven’s Gate” in early January 2018, Burna delivered his third album, Outside, later that month.

He returned a year later with the single “Killin Dem,” a collaboration with Zlatan. Along with additional singles like “Dangote” and “On the Low,” it was later included on his fourth album, African Giant, which saw release in July 2019. The LP was nominated in the Best World Music Album category of the 62nd Grammy Awards.

In August 2020, Burna issued the full-length Twice as Tall, which became his highest charting album to date, reaching number 54 on the Billboard 200 and faring even better in Europe and Canada.

It went on to win a Grammy Award for Best Global Music Album. Featured on the album were guest appearances by Youssou N’Dour, Naughty by Nature, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, and others.

“Rotate,” a collaboration with Becky G, arrived in 2021, as did the solo single “Kilometre.” Burna performed a sold-out concert at Madison Square Garden in April 2022, becoming the first Nigerian artist to headline a show at the famed New York venue.

Led by the Toni Braxton-sampling hit “Last Last,” his sixth album, Love, Damini, was released on July 2, his 31st birthday

Credits: Bekki Bemrose, Rovi

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