Burna Boy’s ‘Love, Damini’ Becomes Most Streamed Album On Spotify
Burna Boy’s album “Love, Damini” has amassed the most Spotify streams.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Burna Boy’s sixth studio album, “Love, Damini,” released on July 7, 2023, has achieved great success domestically and abroad, largely thanks to the popularity of the lead track “Last Last.”
Today, ‘Love, Damini’ has eclipsed Burna Boy’s 2019 album ‘African Giant’ to become the artist’s most-played album on Spotify.
The massive popularity of “Last Last,” which has amassed over 256 million streams, and “For Your Hand,” featuring Ed Sheeran, which has topped over 161 million streams, accomplished this accomplishment. ‘Its Plenty’ has received over 61 million streams, as well.
Burna Boy has released four albums in the last five years, beginning with his third album, “Outside,” in 2018. His third straight Grammy nomination came for the record after nods for “Twice As Tall” (2020) and “African Giant” (2019).
While ‘Love, Damini’ didn’t garner as much praise from critics as ‘African Giant’ and ‘Twice As Tall,’ it has received more praise from the general public thanks to the popularity of ‘Last Last’ on a global scale.
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