Burna Boy’s ‘I Told Them’ Album in 2023: Release Date, Tracklist, Features & More


Here’s a comprehensive overview of Burna Boy’s i told them album

Burna Boy has unveiled his most recent venture, titled ‘I Told Them…’, marking his follow-up to last year’s hit album ‘Love, Damini’.

Having experienced a phenomenal year, the afrobeats sensation witnessed his track ‘Last Last’ turn into a summer anthem, and he successfully filled stadiums globally as the African Giant.

In the preceding month, he dropped ‘Big 7,’ his latest single, accompanied by a music video boasting an impressive lineup including RZA from Wu-Tang Clan, Busta Rhymes, Junior Mafia, and actor Shameik Moore.

Delving into the meaning behind the lyrics of the collaborative track ‘Masculine’ by J Hus ft. Burna Boy.

Here’s an all-encompassing breakdown of Burna Boy’s seventh studio album.

Burna Boy is on the brink of unveiling his most recent project.

The anticipated release date for ‘I Told Them…’ is set for August 25th, 2023.

Leading up to the album’s launch, the artist has shared both an album trailer and a debut single, ‘Big 7,’ with Burna Boy himself describing it as a melodious tribute to his musical journey’s ascension.

The number seven in the title symbolizes achievable and harmonious growth, representing his aspiration for greater horizons.

Despite the absence of a revealed tracklist, it’s likely that ‘Sittin on Top of the World’ will make its way onto the album.

Further updates regarding the tracklist will be provided once announced.

While there haven’t been any official announcements, Burna Boy’s reputation for collaborating with cutting-edge artists suggests that the ‘I Told Them…’ album will feature fresh talents.

His prior album included notable appearances from Ed Sheeran, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Khalid, and J Balvin, among others.

Recently, he lent his talents to Byron Messiah’s remix of ‘Talibans’ and collaborated with J Hus on his latest project.

As of now, there are no tour plans for the ‘I Told Them…’ album, following Burna Boy’s completion of his ‘Love, Damini’ project tour.

The musician notably made history as the first African artist to sell out a U.S. stadium with a crowd exceeding 40,000 in New York.

In addition, he headlined London Stadium in June, reinforcing his global prominence