For the second time in his career, Nigerian star Burna Boy joined South African comedian Trevor Noah on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.

The two bonded over their heritage, Burna Boy’s music and shared many laughs when discussing the African Giant’s Madison Square Garden Concert.

Burna Boy opened up on how he was able to record the “African Giant” album during the pandemic using Zoom.

He hinted at his new album and how it’s coming along. The ‘Ye’ hitmaker also talked about working with some of the biggest stars he could only dream of.

“Like working with Angélique Kidjo on the previous one and working with Youssou N’Dour. Like these are people that I watched on TV when I was in pampers.

“Seeing them in real life and actually making music with them and getting the love. Sometimes it gets kind of weird because I’m like ‘My mum loves you’.”