Toronto’s own Burna Bandz releases the Compact Burna album
UTM’s newest artist Burna Bandz has released a new 14-track project entitled Compact Burna.
Representing UpTop Movement Inc., the same independent movement behind Robin Banks, 19-year-old Burna Bandz has had ties to the movement since he was 16, but only recently joined their roster on an official basis.
“Fans can expect a lot of new music and Wass in 2019.” – Burna Bandz
The young rapper shares life experiences through his music, and started to really develop a fanbase with the release of videos like “My Team” (featuring Why S and Tallup Twinz) which has more than 4 million views on YouTube to date. The “456” video, featuring Burna once again teaming up with the Tallup Twinz and Houdini, has racked up another million.
“The project was created so I can express my self through my music. My first single ‘Beast Mode’ talks about never giving up and going hard, going ‘Beast Mode’ at everything you do. Fans can expect a lot of new music and Wass in 2019.”
More recently “Late Nights,” a huge record off UTM’s Northside Jane compilation which also features Houdini, has already been viewed 2.5 million times and had been featured on various notable playlists on Spotify and other platforms.
Burna recently released a video in support of Compact Burna, enlisting Toronto director Ty Black to visualize his first official single, “Beast Mode.”
The new release features guest appearances by Tallup Twinz and Houdini. You can find the project on Spotify, and other digital outlets.
More from UpTop Movement Inc.
- Burna Bandz releases the “Beast Mode” video in support of Compact Burna
- Uptop Movementz features the best of Northside Jane on latest release
- Burna Bandz, Houdini & Pressa team up for “DeRozan”