Burna Boy: ‘Last Last’ Sets Yet Another New Record In US

Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu MFR, popularly known as Burna Boy (Odogwu), is a Nigerian singer, Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter and record producer. Burna keeps elevating Africa and Nigeria as a whole, and he just can’t stop breaking records on the global stage as he became the first and only African artist to achieve a new feat.

With his recent achievement, Burna Boy has set a new record for African and Nigeria music as a whole.

The talented singer never gets tired of putting Africa, Nigeria and the Afrobeats sounds to the world.

Last Last’, the summer hit by Burna Boy has been certified in some of the biggest music markets in the world. It has been certified Gold in the United States after selling over 500,000 units, in the United Kingdom it sold over 400,000 units, Platinum in Canada after selling over 80,000 units, and gold in France after selling over 100,000 units. The song was released in May 2022 and later appeared on Burna’s sixth studio album, Love, Damini. It remains the third solo song by the singer to ever achieve this feat.

The hit song has spent 17 weeks on the US Billboard Hot 100, currently at No. 83 down from its peak at No. 44. It has also spent 25 weeks on the UK Singles Chart, currently at No. 43, down from its peak at No. 4. The song’s official music video, directed by Burna Boy himself, has surpassed 113 million views on YouTube.

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Burna Boy becomes the first and the only African artist to achieve the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America certification) gold certification with his solo songs; ‘Last Last,’ ‘On The Low,’ and ‘Ye.’

Last Last was produced by Chopstix with a sample of Toni Braxton’s 2000 R&B classic He Wasn’t Man Enough. According to Burna Boy, the track has brought in more money than any other song in his catalog. 

“I’ve made more money from Last Last than any other song in my whole career in a short time and I just dropped it like one month ago,” Burna revealed in an interview while clarifying reports about royalty sharing between him and Braxton.
“The 60% royalties that Toni Braxton takes is being misunderstood, she does not get 60% of the whole thing but just one little part,”

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Congratulations to the African Giant (Odogwu) himself!!!