Burna Boy Makes Spotify History with 10 Songs Surpassing 100 Million Streams
By Adeke Chukwuka
Burna Boy, Nigeria’s own music sensation, has again etched his name in history as the first African artist to achieve over a 100 million streams on Spotify. With 10 of his tracks hitting above this remarkable benchmark, Burna Boy continues to solidify his presence in the global music landscape.
As the release of his highly anticipated 7th studio album, ‘I Told Them’, draws near, the news of this accomplishment adds to the excitement surrounding his imminent musical deliveries. This achievement stands as a testament not only to Burna Boy’s individual success but also to the flourishing Afrobeats music.
One standout song among his hits is ‘Alone,’ featured on the Black Panther movie soundtrack. This track will mark his 10th entry into his exclusive list of songs reaching the over 100 million streams on Spotify. Notably, ‘Alone’ joins Rihanna’s ‘Lift Me Up,’ another track from the Black Panther movie, as the second song to achieve this feat.
Burna Boy’s continuous rise and this extraordinary achievement solidify his position as a trailblazer in the global music scene.
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