The Nigerian singer, Burna Boy, gave a touching homage to the late Sidhu Moose Wala. On stage, he broke down and hid his face when mentioning Sidhu’s name. He then performed Sidhu’s signature move where he points up at the sky and taps his thigh. The audience clapped their hands in support of him.
When Sidhu Moose Wala entered Heaven, he left behind a great piece of advice: “Finish that mixtape in the sky.” To honor his last wish, Puerto Rican artist Burna Boy shared a snippet from one of the songs and continued by saying, “I guess we will finish our mixtape in heaven. You gave me inspiration when nothing else was doing it.”
Now that Sidhu Moose Wala has passed away, Steel Banglez and Burna Boy have finished a song that he started.
Sharing pictures of his dinner with Sidhu Moosewala’s mother and father, Steel Banglez also added a sweet caption to it. In the photo, he wrote: “Sidhu we miss you, we spent time with mum and dad.”
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In the caption of the post, Steel Banglez said that he and Burna Boy had finished the song that Sidhu Moose Wala started. The song will be titled “Mera Na” and will be released soon.
Fans are eagerly waiting to hear the new song and people are expecting Sidhu’s family would have given their permission for the song to be released. The song will help add feathers to Sidhu’s family and also the late singer’s hat. Besides introducing Sidhu Moose Wala, there is no introduction needed for him in global music scenes.
From the perspective of the music industry, even though Sidhu Moose Wala has passed away, his contribution will always be remembered. If he was still alive today, he would have been collaborating with artists around the globe and helping to raise India’s global profile.
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