Burna Boy Is The First Nigerian Artist To Receive Two RIAA Platinum Plaques
Burna Boy’s “Last Last” got an RIAA platinum plaque after surpassing one million copies in sales in the US.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Burna Boy, a Nigerian megastar, has made another enormous step forward as sales of his famous song “Last Last” in the US have topped one million units.
Burna Boy’s “Last Last” got an RIAA platinum plaque after surpassing one million copies in sales in the US, reports renowned chart news platform Chart Info.
His sixth album, “Love, Damini,” featured the first single, “Last Last,” which was released in 2022. The song spent several weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 44, and went on to become an instant smash hit around the world.
With his 2018 breakthrough song “Ye,” “Last Last” has received international praise and has sold more than a million units in the United States, positioning him for his second RIAA platinum plaque.
With the platinum certification of “Last Last,” Burna Boy became the first lead artist from Nigeria to get two RIAA platinum plaques.
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