Burna Boy – Want It All (feat. Polo G) Free MP3 download
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Burna Boy and Polo G both carry generational trauma. Burna Boy, a Nigerian native, has brushed up against the financial and political subjugation the nation has faced in his most recent music. Polo G, meanwhile, has made a career from accounts of the pain and suffering flooding the streets of Chicago’s inner city that carry the intensity of a heated therapy session. Their respective styles—Burna’s diasporic groove and Polo’s marathon pain raps—might seem like they’re at odds, but “Want It All” proves they slide together seamlessly.
While the guitar plucks and rapid-fire 808s that make up the production fall to Polo’s palette, Burna adapts quickly to the somber atmosphere, tracing a path from poverty (not having a bed to sleep in) to triumph (becoming the first Nigerian solo artist to win a Grammy and sporting “Louis V from Virgil [Abloh]”). The celebration is typical of a Burna song, but the tender moments he shares—like tearing up as he looks at his father—are few and far between in his catalog. They mesh well with a short but potent Polo verse about honoring dead friends, navigating deception, and coming out on top in spite of it all.
Though they’re from different parts of the globe and grew up under different circumstances, Burna Boy and Polo G bond on “Want It All” through the way they exude energy and drive. They know the stakes that come with being a successful Black musician, and what it means to be a symbol for continually oppressed people. It’s a natural pairing, summed up neatly by two concise bars from the middle of Burna’s second verse: “You don’t come from where I’m from, you may not understand me/Obviously, I never cared about your understanding.”