Burna Boy Named Top Artist On Boomplay, Apple Music, & Spotify For 2022
Afrobeats icon Burna Boy has been named the top male musician for 2022 by the well-known streaming service Boomplay.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Burna Boy has been named the most streamed artist on Boomplay for the year 2022.
Asake, who is second, and Kizz Daniel, who ranks third in terms of streams, are followed by Burna Boy.
The most played album on Boomplay Nigeria, Apple Music Nigeria, and Spotify Nigeria in 2022 was Burna Boy’s sixth studio album, “Love, Damini,” which was released in 2022. The album’s big single, “Last Last,” achieved global popularity that helped Burna Boy reach the top of the charts.
Burna Boy has already surpassed other artists to become the most streamed musician of 2022 across all three of Nigeria’s main streaming services, a phenomenal achievement that perfectly encapsulates his enormously successful 2022.
Burna Boy will end 2022 with two Grammy nominations for World Album and Global Song of the Year in addition to dominating streaming services.
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