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Burna Boy Pays Homage To Virgil Abloh With Big 7

Burna Boy, renowned Nigerian hip-hop artist, and African Giant, has achieved success once more with the release of the massive hit song “Big 7.”

The song “Big 7” opens with the memorable line, “First of all, rest in peace Virgil Abloh,” which quickly establishes the tone for an homage to the significant character.

Burna Boy’s words acknowledge the loss of Virgil Abloh and express respect for his contributions to the creative industry.


The song analyzes Virgil Abloh’s legacy and effect through its reflective lyrics and compassionate message.

“Big 7” honors Virgil Abloh while also encouraging people to consider the legacy that each person may leave behind.



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It motivates listeners to value their own contributions and work hard.



Besides honoring Virgil Abloh, “Big 7” also serves as a reflection on the legacy that individuals can leave behind. It encourages listeners to recognize the importance of their own contributions and strive to make a lasting impact in their respective fields.

In order to make a few points, I’ll mention that the most recent joyful blockbuster that was released is the kind that makes you feel glad rather than upset. It’s also a timeless classic that is seductive and deserving of a place on your playlist.


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About Virgil Abloh

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Virgil Abloh

Abloh who has battled with a rare and aggressive form of cancer, cardiac angiosarcoma passed on November 28, 2021, at age 41.

Until his death, Abloh was the artistic director for Louis Vuitton Men’s Collection, a position he’s held since 2018. He was also the CEO of Off-White, a Milan based fashion house he founded in 2012.

He Brought Streetwear to the World of High Fashion With Off-White. Alongside his friend and frequent collaborator Kanye West, Virgil Abloh contributed to making streetwear cool again. He also used that success with his Off-White label to help communities in need and advocate for change.

He also created the Black Skate Program in collaboration with Nike to elevate Black talent in the skateboarding community. This initiative was made with the aim of showcasing Black, Indigenous, and People of Color role models. It’s also what led him to invite the Melting Passes, the refugee soccer team, to their first fashion show.

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