Jorja Smith & Burna Boy’s ‘Be Honest’ Certified Diamond In France
The Diamond certification for Jorja Smith’s “Be Honest” in France has allowed Burna Boy to add another trophy to his trophy case.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The music chart news service Chartdata announced on Sunday, November 27, 2022, that ‘Be Honest’ had qualified for diamond certification in France after selling more than 250,000 copies.
The song, which was Jorja Smith and Burna Boy’s second collaboration after “Gum Body” from the latter’s “African Giant” album, was released in August 2019.
Burna Boy’s second French certification, following the Diamond status of his international smash track “On The Low,” is for “Be Honest.”
One of the greatest music performers in the world, Burna Boy has performed in front of crowds in renowned venues and has followers all over the world.
Most recently, his worldwide hit song “Last Last” received a Gold certification in the US after moving 500,000 copies.
Recent nominations for the multi-award winner include two Grammy nominations for his albums “Love, Damini” from 2022 and “Last Last” for the Global Song category.
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