Buju is self-assured in his newest single, ‘L’enu’

Buju knows his worth and he's here to stay!

Earlier this year, Buju captured our ears with his Best New Music entry, “Energy”. Since then, the singer has worked his way into becoming one of Afropop’s hottest prospects, getting mainstream cosigns with the Zlatan-assisted “Spiritual” and a nomination for Rookie of the Year at the recent Headies. Looking to continue his high flying year, he’s just released a new single, “L’enu”, where we see him flaunt his accomplished pop sensibilities.

Over summery piano riffs and bouncy afropop drums produced by his go-to producer, Steph, Buju sings a self-assured set centred around his ability to make great songs. “O ta l’enu, o po l’enu, o dun l’enu (it’s hot, it’s plenty, it’s sweet in my mouth) tell me what I cannot do”, he asserts on the hook, showing us that he knows his worth and he’s here to stay.

Mirroring the song’s club-ready mindset, his verses are memos aimed at party seat-huggers, adding a compelling edge to the song’s light-hearted tilt.

Stream¬†“L’enu” here.

Featured Image Credits: Instagram/Bujutoyourears

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