Burna Boy continues to break barriers by owning all arenas and redefining the way fans envision and experience live performances as he traverses the length and breadth of the world with his ‘Love Damini stadium tour.’
He steps on the world stage tonight , as he joins Brazilian superstar Anitta alongside Swedish sensation Alesso to headline the 2023 UEFA Champions League final.
Commenting on the performance, the African Giant said “As a huge football fan myself, I know it doesn’t get any bigger than the UEFA Champions League. That’s why I’m so excited to be performing on the Pepsi stage at this year’s final.”
Also, on Saturday, June 17, Burna Boy will return to the huge stadium, Gelredome,Arnhem, in The Netherlands, for the second leg of his ‘Love Damini’ Stadium tour. The first concert was sold-out, and the organizers, BonBon Entertainment, are optimistic that Burna Boy will repeat the feast again.
It goes without saying that Burna Boy is undeniably one of the best, and if not the best artist of the 21st century. When he says he’s a genius, he backs it up, with his Afro-fusion music.
The African Giant’s sold-out performance last weekend, at the 80,000-capacity West-ham London stadium in the United Kingdom, was a testament to his urge to take over the world stage. The 3-hour nonstop concert drew an incredible crowd of fans, completely selling out the stadium and cementing a historic moment in Burna Boy’s flourishing career.
The iconic singer is steadily endearing his music to many fans across the world, transforming stage design and performance architecture. His attention to detail and artistic vision created an immersive experience for the audience during the London outing, combining visually stunning elements and a 35-piece band all interwoven with his signature sound.
The lineup of guest performers spoke to who Burna is as a creative genius, Dave, Stormzy, Jhus, and Popcaan all brought excitement to the evening. After the concert, Burna Boy was presented with a prestigious plaque in recognition of his achievement as the first African artist to sell out the London Stadium.
This historic milestone by all standards solidifies Burna Boy’s status as a global icon and highlights his immense influence on the music scene. It further serves as a testament to Burna Boy’s groundbreaking success and the impact he has made on a global stage.
His distinctive sound and captivating stage presence is steadily reshaping the global music landscape, establishing him as a formidable force wherever he performs.
Expressing his gratitude in an Instagram post yesterday, Burna Boy said “Uniting people from all walks of life has always been my dream.
“London, thank you for making it possible for me at my biggest show to date! Shout out to my family
We’re Leaving an Impact For Eternity.”
Interestingly, the success of the London’s concert re-echoed Burna Boy’s previous outing at the 40,000-capacity La Defense in Paris, France on the 20th of May, 2023, where the self-acclaimed ‘African Giant’ equally held the audience spellbound with his energetic performance.
While the performance lasted, the Grammy award-winner showcased his Afro-fusion sound, exceptional vocals, and infectious energy.
Amidst roaring chants and anticipation, Burna Boy set La Defense in Paris on fire, as his arrival was greeted with thunderous applause and an outpouring of positivity from his devoted fans. From the very first note, it was clear that the night would be unforgettable.
Seamlessly blending genres, Burna Boy delivered hit after hit, captivating the crowd with his impactful lyrics and infectious rhythms that has set him apart from his contemporaries on the global scene.
Burna Boy is known for possessing such charisma to move the crowd like he was having just as much fun as the audience, while also showcasing his Afro-fusion sound, exceptional vocals, and infectious energy.
From the irresistible beats of “Last Last” and “It’s Plenty” to the soul-stirring melodies of “Common Person” and “For My Hand,” Burna Boy’s versatility once again impressed and resonated with his global audience.
The self-acclaimed ‘African Giant’ remains unstoppable. His music is piercing into the nooks and crannies of the world and many have described him as the most idolized artist of this generation.
Before now, American rapper, Kanye West used to be the record breaker, but today, that cannot be said of him as Burna Boy has demystified the world stage , setting a new record that is not a surprise to the global audience.
BBNaija All Stars: Meet The Six Finalists
Big Brother Naija All Stars edition has entered its ultimate week with six finalists set to have a go at the N120m grand prize.
The finalists for this season’s edition include: Ilebaye, Mercy, Cee C, Cross, Adekunle and Pere.
During the Sunday live eviction show, Venita, Soma and Angel were the housemates evicted to leave the show with its finalists from which the winner of the edition would emerge.
Recall the show started with 20 housemates and later saw 4 new housemates joining them.
The show will finally come to an end on October 1, 2023.
Show host, Ebuka, on Sunday night however announced that already voting has commenced immediately to determine the winner of mega N120 million mega prize.
Venita, Soma, Angel Evicted From BBNaija All Stars
Housemates Venita Akpofure, Soma and Angel have been evicted from the Big Brother Naija All Stars edition.
The show host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu announced the eviction on Sunday.
Housemates up for possible eviction for the week were: Adekunle, Pere, Venita, Soma and Angel.
Pere and Adekunle managed to scale through as they joined CeeC, Mercy, Ilebaye and Cross who had already been confirmed as finalists for this year’s edition.
The grand finale is slated to take place on Sunday, 1st October, 2023.
The housemates are competing for the N120 million grand prize.
Another Nollywood Actor Is Dead
Nollywood actor, singer-songwriter and filmmaker, Charles Granville, has passed away.
According to a statement by the family, the ‘Tinsel’ actor died “after a protracted illness on Thursday the 21st of September, 2023.”
The statement signed by a family member, Iyenemri Somiari Granville, added that “funeral arrangements will be communicated in due course.”
Until his death, Granville chaired the Advisory Committee on Arts and Entertainment.
His filmography included ‘Last Flight To Abuja’, ‘Impossible Relationships’, ‘Dowry Man’ and a soon-to-be-released movie ‘Locked’.
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