Burna Boy’s ‘Last Last’ Is Set To Get RIAA Certification
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.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Burna Boy’s “Last Last” has achieved a million copies in sales in the US, and as such, is now eligible for an RIAA platinum plaque, according to news reported by credible chart news portal Chart data.
Burna Boy’s sixth album, “Love, Damini,” featured the first song, “Last Last,” which was released in 2022. The song lasted many weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 44, before going on to become an instant blockbuster success throughout the world.
After his 2018 breakout song “YE,” “Last Last” has received widespread international praise and has sold more than a million records in the United States, putting him in position to earn his second RIAA platinum plaque.
He now joins Nigerian singers CKay, Wizkid, and Tems in receiving an RIAA platinum plaque.
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