Burna Boy, a Grammy-winning musician from Nigeria, has accomplished another significant professional milestone, much to the delight of his fans.
The African Giant became the first African musician to headline a stadium in the UK after selling out a venue with 80,000 seats.
Alongside Burna, international stars like JHus, Stormzy, Dave, and others, delivered thrilling performances at the concert, which was a part of the Love, Damini Tour, which took place on Saturday, June 3.
Burna performed several of his hit tracks as well as previously unheard music, such as his collaboration with JHus on the song “Don’t Say Militancy” from that artist’s widely awaited album in front of a boisterous crowd.
Burna previously addressed his determination to achieve history and dispelled any lingering doubts about his ability in an interview with London Stadium.
According to him, “London Stadium is going to be my fairground! I’ve been told that I couldn’t achieve anything because of where I came from. I hope this can show people that when you have a dream it doesn’t matter where you’ve come from, your dream can come true. This is going to be legendary, it’s history and I can’t wait for you all to be a part of that.”
The Love Damini act has created history over the years by selling out venues like the London Arena and the 40,000-seat La Defence Arena in Paris on May 20, 2023.