BNXN is set to express himself in all sincerity in his first ever album which is highly anticipated by music lovers.
The wait is over!
Buju Benson popularly known as BNXN greeted fans with the news of his upcoming debut album titled “Sincerely Benson.
Yesterday, The songwriter took to his Instagram page to announce “Sincerely Benson’s” with a video clip. The album is to be released on the 5th of October 2023.
The video clip takes fans on BNXN’s journey, how he started, his dreams, and how he intends to keep his groove till he dies. He captioned;
“This is about everything I want and everything I stand for. This is about everything that keeps my heart racing and everything I’d die for. This is about truth. This is about perspective. This is about purpose. this is about reality. My reality. This is as Sincere as it gets.”
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This announcement has sparked several reactions and much anticipation from fans and followers.
“Sincerely Benson” promises to speak absolutely nothing but the truth from the singer’s mind as it portrays BNXN’s identity to the world.
Buju’s Music Career
BNXN stepped into the limelight with the release of his EP “Sorry I’m Late” in 2021. This was after the popular hit music ‘Feelings’ by Ladipoe and Pheelz’s ‘Finesse’ which featured the songwriter as a guest.
The songwriter explored more of his talents in his Sophomore EP “Bad Since 97” in 2022, The EP featured guest appearances such as Olamide and Wizkid.
In 2023, the songwriter with Qing Madi, Majeed, and Stefflon Don, collaborated to produce popular hits such as “What’s Poppin,” “Pray,” “Gwagwalada,” “Ole,” and “Wake Jeje”.
Together with Kizz Daniel and Seyi Vibez, he created the tune “Gwagwalada,” which has skyrocketed to over 92 million streams on all major streaming platforms.
He also made a noteworthy appearance on Minz’s remix of “Wowo.”
Since the release of his sophomore EP, BNXN’s fame has grown significantly, and he plans to use his debut album to expand his success.
BNXN has received several awards and nominations, most especially in the Headies Awards 2022 and 2023 respectively.