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Burna Boy returns with a new song and video just in time for the weekend.

On "Anybody," the artist sends a message to the naysayers, reminding them that "respect is reciprocal," and that he has no time for enemies. The track, produced by Rexxie, features a smooth saxophone riff and rhythmic percussion—making the song another one fit for the dance floor.

The video sees the artist in a number of colorful settings, including a trippy glow-in-the-dark room, where his face can be seen with striking neon decorations. In other parts of the video, Burna Boy is dressed sharply and joined by dancers as he hits the zanku.


Burna Boy has had a busy year so far. He released the singles "Dangote" and "Kiillin Dem" earlier this year. In March, the artist became the first Nigerian musician to sell out the Apollo, and in April the artist represented for his country at Coachella.

He released the joint EP Steel & Copper with producer duo DJDS in March, and has hinted at the release of his next album, African Giant some time this year, so it looks like we have plenty more to look forward to from the always-consistent artist.

Watch the music video for "Anybody" below, directed by Clarence Peters.

Burna Boy - Anybody (Official Video) www.youtube.com