According to American disc jockey and music mogul DJ Khaled, Afrobeats has “been feeling inspired lately.”
He claimed to be discovering a “spiritual connection” that is comparable to the one he had with dancehall.
The crooner of “Another One” revealed this in a recent Rolling Stone interview.
He said that the 2024 release of his 14th studio album, “Til Next Time,” will feature Afrobeats artist Burna Boy.
Additionally, he expressed his desire to work with Grammy-winning and Oscar-nominated Nigerian singer Temilade Openiyi, better known by her stage name Tems.
The Palestinian-American musician revealed in the interview that although his parents occasionally make jokes about him being president, he has never had any interest in such a thing.
“I never got into politics,” he remarked. “It’s a back and forth debate that never ends. An answer is never provided. You can do that, therefore I’d rather to be the one who concentrates on the solution, which is to always be good, work hard, and share love.