- Nigerian singer Burna Boy has been crowned king of Afrobeats by UK newspaper
- This comes shortly after his electrifying performance at a sold out show in Wembley Arena in the United Kingdom
- Burna was also rated five stars for his delivery at the show
Singer Burna Boy is stamping his name on the walls of history as he takes music across the globe. Recently, the Ye crooner held down thousands of fans at his sold out show in Wembley Arena and from all indications, Burna gave his fans something to talk about for ages to come.
His electrifying performance has been rated five star by UK's Guardian Newspaper and on top of that he was crowned the 'graceful king of Afrobeats'. Burna has always called himself an African Giant, it appears, he is living up to the name as he sells Africa to the world through his music.
Interestingly, he is one of the first African artistes to have been given a five star rating.
Briefly.co.za had reported how Burna became the first Afrobeat artiste that had a sold out show as a solo act, at the 12,500 capacity Wembley Arena (SSE Arena) in London.
To celebrate the astonishing feat by the talented singer, the management presented a honorary certificate to him after his exhilarating performance.
This happened on the same night that he was announced as the winner of the Best Africa Act at the just concluded MTV EMA award ceremony that took place in Seville, Spain.
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