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Burna Boy Says Toni Braxton Takes 60% Royalties For His Song “Last Last”
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Burna Boy Says Toni Braxton Takes 60% Royalties For His Song “Last Last” 

Toni Braxton’s 2000 R&B smash, “He Wasn’t Man Enough,” was something the Grammy winner always wanted to sample, and he ultimately convinced music producer Chopsticks to help him.

By Omotayo Olutekunbi

Burna Boy said in an interview that Toni Braxton, an American R&B singer, receives 60% of the royalties from his most recent track, “Last Last.” When asked how the track came to be, Burna Boy said this when participating in a podcast.

Toni Braxton’s 2000 R&B smash, “He Wasn’t Man Enough,” was something the Grammy winner always wanted to sample, and he ultimately convinced music producer Chopsticks to help him.

The Afrobeats superstar added that although Toni Braxton receives 60% of the single’s earnings, he was okay with it because his main priority was writing a fantastic song.

Following the viral success of the @Nateusborne video, the disclosure generated a lot of buzz on Twitter.

Since its debut, “Last Last” has achieved widespread recognition both domestically and abroad. Its success was a major factor in the shock the disclosure caused on social media.

Burna Boy is a well-known digital artist, yet a significant portion of his income comes from live performances. Burna Boy has a repertoire and a reputation for statesmanship that have allowed him to sell out arenas across Europe, and he wouldn’t mind forgoing a significant portion of his streaming income in exchange for the creation of outstanding singles.

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