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Buju (musician)

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Birth nameDaniel Benson
OriginAkwa ibom state, Nigeria
  • Afro pop
  • Afrobeats
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • pianist
InstrumentsVocals, Piano
Years active2018–present
LabelsSpaceship Records
Associated acts
  • Burna boy

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Daniel Benson popularly known as Bujutoyourears or Buju is a Nigerian musician [1]. On 16th April, 2020, Buju signed a record deal with Spaceship records, Burnaboy's record label [2]. He rose to prominence after his request to Zlatan to feature on his song Spiritual went viral on all streaming platforms [2].

Early life[edit]

Buju was born and raised in Gbagada, Ogun state. He started music and writing while he was still in junior secondary school. Later he got into music when he joined the choir and doing performances at valedictory services and released his first record in February, 2018 Catch a Vibe [3], and he got signed to Spaceship record by Burna boy in 2020 [4].


Buju got signed to Spaceship Records in 2020 and is the first artist to be signed to the label along side Burna boy. Buju recorded his first single Catch a Vibe in 2018 and dropped his latest single Lenu remix featuring his label boss Burna boy [5]. Buju is inspired by Buju Banton, Damian Marley and JHus [4].


Year Title Album
To Your Ears "Energy"
"Mind games"
"Ohema" (featuring TMXO)
"Balance it"
"Catch A vibe"
"L'enu remix" (featuring Burna boy)
"Spiritual remix"


  1. CoolFM, StayBusy Tech For. "Get Familiar, Buju". CoolFM.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Burna Boy's record label, Spaceship announces the signing of Buju". Pulse Nigeria. April 16, 2020.
  3. "Interview: Buju Is the Blooming Afro-Fusion Artist You Should Know". OkayAfrica. March 30, 2020.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Poe: Biography". March 10, 2015.
  5. "Buju signs to Spaceship Records, accompanied by Burna Boy-assisted L'Enu Remix". April 16, 2020.

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