Budding Mukonkonyi Burnyross Emcee is warming to break and set his own record for the longest rap marathon by an individual, so his name can be inked in the Guinness World Records book.

Burny Ross, who plies his trade on Galaxy TV’s Daily Dose News bulletin, is aiming for the stars, to make this record this weekend at the Zzina Towers in Kansanga from May 10 to 14.

With Zedmonk’s attempt reaching 75 hours, pending confirmation by Guinness World Records), Burny must exceed that duration to secure the record.

Currently, the record is held by Japanese rapper Poney, standing at 48 hours and 10 minutes. Poney broke the record in 2023, breaking Daniel Alcon’s 39-hour record. Upon his record breaker, Poney said: “Now that my record is nine hours longer than the previous record, it will be hard for anyone else to break it.”

Burny is a Ghetto-raised Lugaflo rapper, freestyle king and media personality, whose only dream is to make it to the very top.

The youthful rapper who was born on November 18, 2003 claims that he started rapping as soon as he escaped from his mother’s womb.