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Burna Boy – Question ft Don Jazzy Lyrics

Afro-fusion singer Burna Boy dropped a new song titled “Question” yesterday and he featured Mavin Records boss Don Jazzy. We serve you the lyrics to the newest banger in town. Due to popular demand, we bring to you the official lyrics to Burna Boy’s collaboration with Don Jazzy on “Question” Burna Boy – “Question” ft Burna Boy Lyrics below.  [Intro]Oh dem dey call me oCall meDon Jazzy againIt’s Don Jazzy againIt’s Don Jazzy ah Don Jazzy [Verse 1]Jazz with the record, jazz with the recordIf dem like make dem chop all the tomato, dem no go ketchupOya koma lo, waso o n play be e moE go do you one kind, magbe fun e one time omo to ba mess up [Pre-Chorus]Anything you wish me that be your portionBad man no dey work o, man no be God oMake dem dey talk am, as you dey fly like helicopterNa by ...

Burna Boy – Question ft Don Jazzy

Grammy award-winning Nigerian singer Burna Boy teams up with Don Jazzy for his latest single titled “Question”.  Self-styled African Giant, Burna Boy drops a banging new song “Question” featuring Mavin Records boss Don Jazzy. The singer is warming up for his headline show at the prestigious O2 Arena, London. The new single is a prelude to the event coming up in a few days on August 27. This would be Burna Boy’s first event at the O2 as headline artiste. This would be the first time Burna Boy would have featured Don Jazzy on a record, the two musicians have shared news of this new song via their social media pages. Fans are already beaming with excitement over the collaboration. There is already an intriguing music video for the tune which would be released in a few hours. [embedded co...

VIDEO: Burna Boy – Question ft Don Jazzy

Nigerian singer Burna Boy drops the official music video for his song “Question” ft Don Jazzy out.  Spaceship Entertainment unveils the visuals to “Question“, a song by Burna Boy that features Don Jazzy. The Grammy award winner shows his soft side as he plays games with some street kids in the clips. Don Jazzy makes a goofy appearance in the video as he gives Burna Boy the Don’s style of backup. The music video was shot and directed by talented cinematographer TG Omori. Watch, enjoy Burna Boy – “Question” ft Don Jazzy below. [embedded content] You Deserve to Make Money Even When you are looking for Dates Online. So we reimagined what a dating should be. It begins with giving you back power. Get to meet Beautiful people, chat and make money in the process. Earn rewards by chatting, sha...

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