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Burna Boy Named Most Streamed Artist Worldwide On Apple Music

Grammy-winning artist Burna Boy is making history again being named the most streamed African Artist worldwide on Apple Music in 2023. He has also earned the title as most Streamed

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Burna Boy Invites Quavo To “City Boys” Music Video

Burna Boy has released another track off his 7th studio album, “I Told Them…” For the song “City Boys,” the Nigerian rapper hit the streets in a shiny yellow Ferrari

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Burna Boy Unveils 7th Studio Album “I Told Them…”

Burna Boy releases his seventh studio album, “I Told Them…” via Spaceship/Bad Habit/Atlantic Records. The 15-track album includes appearances from GZA, RZA, 21 Savage, Dave, Seyi Vibez, J. Cole and

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Burna Boy Drops “Big 7” Video And Announces New Album “I Told Them…”

Grammy-winning global artist Burna Boy releases his awaited single “Big 7” and officially announces the release date for his 7th studio album, “I Told Them…”, set to come on August

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African Artist Burna Boy Makes History

Grammy-winning global superstar Burna Boy has once again made history with his sold-out show at New York City’s Citi Field stadium. Becoming the first African artist in history to sell

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Burna Boy Releases New Music Video “Common Person”

Grammy-winning artist Burna Boy has released an official music video for “Common Person.” The fan favorite track comes from Burna’s acclaimed sixth studio album, “Love, Damini.” Burna Boy adopts the

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Burna Boy Shares New Documentary Focusing On Pollution & Poverty In Nigeria

Burna Boy has released “Whiskey,” a hard-hitting mini-documentary that displays gripping visuals of the continued pollution, flooding, and overall negligence in his hometown of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. “Whiskey” also appears