BNXN says he shaped ‘Sincerely, Benson’ album as a letter of emotions.
In his recent album, “Sincerely, Benson,” Nigerian Afro-fusion artist Bnxn delves into a captivating exploration of music, offering fans a profound and emotionally charged journey.
This album goes beyond the superficial, delving deep into its 15 tracks to unveil their intricate meanings and origins, granting music enthusiasts a distinctive behind-the-scenes glimpse into the creative process.
He says in an interview with Apple Music, “I shaped this album as a letter, or envelope, of emotions. It’s very vulnerable because I felt a lot of things and put all that into the music. I want people to be involved in my life, in some sense.”
Bnxn kindly discloses the tales behind 13 of the 15 tracks, giving listeners a deep grasp of the compositional process.
He explains the sources of inspiration for each song, putting light on the unfiltered feelings and events that influenced the music.
Additionally, he goes above and above by disclosing which tracks on the album contain samples from other musical compositions, providing a greater understanding of the complex workmanship behind the record.
Best of Me and Toxic were the excluded songs in his breakdown. For Pidgin and English, he writes, “I don’t play it twice. It’s a very confessional piece, analysing what happened on the night I cheated.” This confession gives fans a glimpse into his own life and emotions.
— Benson (@BNXN) October 6, 2023
The song Regrets, which features 2Baba, is one of his exploration’s noteworthy highlights. The song’s significance is expertly explained by Bnxn, who emphasizes how important it is to 2Baba’s emotional journey. He believes that this song gives 2Baba a chance to clear the air and genuinely convey his feelings. Bnxn’s perception highlights the close bond between the musicians and their music, highlighting the sincere creative emotions included in each note and phrase.
Bnxn turns his music into a more personal experience by opening up about the inspiration behind it. Sincerely, Benson’s record offers a window into his artistic spirit and is more than just an album.