During the performance, Burna Boy sang in front of protest footage with his band who were wearing shirts that read #StopPoliceBrutality, while Chris Martin sang his parts remotely.
The performance was a powerful visual, with Black youths sitting at school desks watching footage of people taking to the streets for the #EndSARS movement in Nigeria, which protests police brutality.
After Burna Boy’s performance, the screen was filled with names of “just a few Nigerians killed by SARS” including Tiamiyu Kazeem, Isaac Mgbe, Ifeoma Abugu and Chibuike Anams.
Watch the video below:
“Monsters You Made” appears on Burna Boy’s most recent studio album Twice as Tall, which was endorsed by American rapper and record producer, P. Diddy, as the album of the year.
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