Burna Boy Is Set To Perform At 2023 UEFA Champions League Final
Nigerian megastar Burna Boy has been named as one of the headliners for the 2023 UEFA Champions League final.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Burna Boy will be one of the performers at the 2023 Champions League Final, according to UEFA. On Thursday, March 16, 2023, the news was announced via the Champions League’s official Twitter handle.
A pleased Burna Boy stated in a video uploaded on Twitter that he will perform at the Champions League final in Istanbul, Turkey.
Burna Boy will become the first Nigerian singer to play on the largest platform of European Club football, a fantastic achievement.
Burna Boy has become one of the world’s top musicians since achieving international recognition with his breakthrough track ‘YE’ in 2018. He won a Grammy for his album ‘Twice As Tall,’ and he is now one of the continent’s most decorated performers.
Burna Boy has sold out prestigious stadiums throughout the world, and his music continues to captivate international audiences.
Marshmallow, an American DJ, musician, and producer, performed in the 2021 Champions League final in Portugal, while Camila Cabello, a Cuban pop sensation, performed at the 2022 edition in Paris.
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