American Gospel Artist Lacrae calls Burna Boy an Inspiration.
Burna Boy is an inspiration, according to American gospel musician Lacrae.
Lacrae draws influence from a variety of artists.
Lacrae is one of the most well-known musicians in the American gospel music scene; his music has won him numerous accolades and made him a global celebrity.
However the award-winning Christian rapper was asked to name the musicians that influence his music in a recently released. Video on TikToker the rapper mentioned a number of musicians, including Burna Boy, the winner of the Nigerian Grammy.
Renowned for his inspirational writing and modern interpretation of gospel music, Lacrae cited Kirk Franklin, Mary Mary, Snoop Dogg, Burna. Boy, Tu Pac, and Burna Boy as some of his influences.
Given that Lacrae has consistently produced evangelical music with a modern and even circular sound aesthetic, many fans won’t be surprised to learn that he draws inspiration from circular musicians.
Although some fans might be shocked to learn that Lacrae draws inspiration from Burna Boy, this is a testament. However to the Nigerian hitmaker’s standing as a highly regarded international performer who is spearheading the global exportation of African music.
Lecrae, a well-known gospel singer, has acknowledged Burna Boy as an inspiration.
Moreover this was made clear in a viral video when the celebrated gospel rapper mentioned a number of musicians, including. Burna Boy, in response to a TikToker’s inquiry regarding his musical influences.
Renowned for his upbeat lyrics and modern take on gospel music, Lecrae cited Kirk Franklin, Mary Mary, Snoop Dogg, Burna Boy, and Tupac as influences on his songs.
Many fans don’t find it odd that Lecrae finds value in modern and occasionally secular sounds to include into his. Gospel music, as evidenced by his admiration for musicians such as Burna Boy.
It may come as a surprise to some that Lecrae finds inspiration in Burna Boy, but this is because the Nigerian hitmaker is a well-known celebrity who is spearheading the global promotion of African music.