Burna Boy landed on stage in a spaceship for his O2 Arena concert in London last night, ENigeria Newspaper reports.
Attendees erupted in applause and excitement as they watched Nigerian musician Burna Boy drop from a spacecraft onto the stage at his sold-out O2 Arena show in London Friday night.
The Odogu crooner wowed the crowd with an enthusiastic performance that included all of the big songs from his most recent album Twice as Tall as well as his earlier repertoire.
Burna Boy has been breaking new ground recently, especially after the release of his highly anticipated Twice as Tall album, which was executive produced by Diddy.
The crooner’s victory is a victory for Africa, which is why his Grammy Award win was widely hailed around the world, particularly in Africa.
Burna continues to set records, shatter barriers, and achieve success across the board with the help of a management team led by his mother, Bose Ogulu.
With yet another sold-out show in London last night, “Odogu” is emphatically stating to whoever would listen that he is here to stay.
Other Nigerian acts like Rhema, Omah Lay and Ruga performed at the Burnaboy Concert last night, and they did not disappoint.
Thirty-year-old Burna Boy, whose real name is Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, is a Nigerian singer, composer, rapper, and dancer.
He is one of Africa’s most well-known and successful performers. After the release of “Like to Party,” the lead single from his debut studio album L.I.F.E., he rocketed to stardom in 2012.
Twice as Tall, his freshly published body of work, executive produced by Diddy, is one of the most successful albums in African music history. WATCH THE VIDEO HERE