Nigerian superstar singer and Grammy Awards-winning artist, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, professionally known as Burna Boy, has released his highly anticipated album tilted ‘Love Damini.
The sixth studio album came a week after he celebrated his 31st year birthday. Follow up 2020 album “Twice As Tall”, which in 2021 won the Grammy category of Best Global Music Album.
Burna Boy has earlier disclosed that the project would highlight his personal struggles.
“Love, Damini is a personal body of work. It’s about the ups and downs, the
growth, the L’s and W’s. “I’m excited to share this journey and roll [it] out with you all.”
Spanning 19 tracks, the album features artistes like Ed Sheeran, Victony, Black Mambazo, Popcaan, Victony, J Balvin, Blxst, JHus,
Leilani and Ladysmith.
African Giant most personal body of work ‘Love, Damini‘ boasts of two most hit singles — “Kilometre” and “Last Last.
Burna Boy revealed in an interview that American R & B star Toni Braxton gets 60 per cent of the royalties from the song, a sample of Braxton’s 2000 R&B hit, ‘He Wasn’t Man Enough.”