The international artist flexing into the Afrobeat culture with Fireboy DML on pop icon Justin Timberlake’s upcoming album “Everything I Thought It Was” marks a significant moment in the fusion of musical styles. This collaboration represents a beautiful blend of different cultures and sounds, showcasing the global appeal of Afrobeat music.

As the two artists join forces, their collaboration is not only an exciting development for fans of both artists but also a testament to the growing influence of Afrobeat on the global stage. With Fireboy DML’s unique voice and Justin Timberlake’s iconic pop sensibilities, this collaboration has the potential to create a truly groundbreaking and memorable musical experience.

The announcement of this collaboration has already generated a buzz in the music industry, and fans are eagerly anticipating the release of “Everything I Thought It Was.” This partnership serves as a reminder of the power of music to transcend borders and bring people together, regardless of their backgrounds.

This collaboration adds to the long list of Afrobeats stars who are collaborating and have continued to break glass ceilings with international collaborations with A-list international stars and groups. Recently, U.K. rapper Skepta dropped the visuals of his much anticipated collaboration with self-acclaimed Afro-Wahala singer Portable. The Zazu Zeh crooner has continued to shock critics by staying at the top of his game.

In a similar development, Kcee also informed the world in a recent interview that he has a collaboration coming up with legendary American band One Republic for an English version of his hit single Ojapiano. The Anambra-born hitmaker revealed that he was excited and surprised when the band reached out to him during his current trip to the US for the collaboration.

Afrobeats is on a bull run, and it doesn’t look like it’s coming down anytime soon.


By Nnaemeka ODENIGBO

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