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DJ KHALED HOSTS BURNA BOY IN HIS LUXURIOUS MANSION IN US

Nigerian Afrobeat artist Damini Ogulu, nicknamed Burna Boy, has just demonstrated the breadth of his reputation and impact by teaming up with American music icon DJ Khaled.

The creator of the Twice as Tall record was seen hanging out with DJ Khaled in a studio that was housed inside of Khaled’s mansion. This occurred after the two had presumably consumed some marijuana and eaten lobster.

With the description “Ideas flowing,” an ecstatic Khaled posted pictures taken during the studio session to his Instagram feed.

Khaled Mohammed Khaled, also known as DJ Khaled, is an American DJ, executive, and record producer. In the 1990s, Khaled originally gained notoriety as a radio presenter on the station 99 Jamz.

He later employed his celebrity to work as a DJ for Terror Squad live performances.

On the other side, Burna Boy was born in Port Harcourt, the capital of Nigeria’s Rivers State. His mother, Bose Ogulu, was a translator, while his father, Samuel, had a welding business.

His maternal grandpa, Benson Idonije, formerly served as Fela Kuti’s manager.

His supervisor will eventually become his mother. Ogulu was up in southern Nigeria, where he first learned to make beats using FL Studio.

After attending Corona Secondary School in Agbara, Ogun State, he relocated to London in order to complete his education. He later studied media technology at the University of Sussex from 2008 to 2009.

He studied media communications and culture at Oxford Brookes University from 2009 to 2010. When he got back to Port Harcourt, he agreed to do an internship at Rhythm 93.7 FM for a year.

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