Written by Afua Amankwanowa
In an exclusive interview with Berla Mundi at the pre-66th Grammy event in Los Angeles, the Grammy-nominated artiste, Busta Rymes revealed that he had initially been invited by comedian Dave Chappelle in 2023 but could not make the visit due to some commitments.
However, he expressed his willingness and excitement to visit Ghana this year during the holidays.
“I actually had plans to come to Ghana last year during the Christmas. David Chappelle was trying to bring me but I had other commitments. I am not going to promise but that is the goal, to be in Ghana this year,” he shared during the interview with Berla Mundi.
The rapper also talked about his recent collaboration with Award winning Nigerian Afrobeats artiste Burna Boy on the track ROBOSHOTTA on his eleventh studio album, BLOCKBUSTA.
The album was released on November 24, 2023, through his Conglomerate Entertainment label with distribution by Epic Records.
He also said he’s looking forward to having collaborations with other African artistes.
“It was amazing, beautiful. The energy is good. The Burna Boy moment happened at the right time and right place,” he said.
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