Burna Boy Cheers Sister For Wembley Stadium Sellout
Burna Boy has thanked his sister Ronami for her efforts in the success of his Wembley Stadium performance.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Burna Boy is at the vanguard of Afrobeats’ worldwide rise, with the fantastic music that has gained him followers all over the globe and made him one of the world’s biggest performers.
Burna Boy will perform at Wembley Stadium as part of his ‘Love, Damini’ album tour on June 3, 2023.
The Grammy winner sold 60,000 tickets in a historic event, making him the first African musician to headline a stadium in the UK.
After the event, Burna Boy was seen cheerfully cradling his tiny sister Ronami, whom the megastar praised for her important contributions to the concert’s success.
Burna Boy posted the video to his Instagram account and expressed his thanks.
“Well done @r0nami, it was only right to carry you! This show was wild behind the scenes! I know the stress you went through! The whole thing was your vision. It was amazing seeing it come to life. I’m so proud of you.”
The London Stadium event is exciting for Afrobeats fans and stakeholders in the Nigerian music business, who have seen the genre go from selling out theaters to the O2, and now a stadium.
Burna Boy continues to set the pace as the artist driving the worldwide push of Afrobeats with his performance at the London Stadium.
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