Burna Boy Twice As Tall Album gets 5 million streams in 1 hour

Burna Boy Twice As Tall Album gets 5 million streams in 1 hour

- Burna Boy recently released his fifth album, Twice As Tall

- The album has been streamed five million times barely an hour after its release

- The singer is currently trending on social media with fans praising the album

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Talented Nigerian singer, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu Rex, professionally known as Burna Boy, has left social media in excitement following the release of his fifth studio album, Twice As Tall.

Burna Boy who had quite a fruitful year in 2019 with the release of his fourth album, African Giant, couldn't have chosen a better time for the release of his much anticipated new body of work.

Barely an hour after its release on August 14, Twice As Tall has gotten over 5 million streams, quite an impressive feat even for Oluwa Burna!

Burna Boy Twice As Tall Album gets 5 million streams in an hour after release

Burna Boy released the album on August 14. Photo credit: @burnaboygram
Source: UGC

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A number of his fans stayed up all night awaiting the release and also took to social media to react to the body of work. Many who have already listened to it are quite impressed and have said so on social media.

American music executive Sean Combs aka P Diddy is thrilled about the Nigerian star’s project which he also worked on.

Diddy co-executive produced the Twice As Tall album alongside Burna Boy and his mother Bose Ogulu. The top executive was said to have brought in a fresh perspective to the album which was already 80% completed.

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Diddy did not just spend time working on the project, he is also really proud of what was accomplished and cannot seem to stop talking about it.

In a post shared on his Twitter page, the music icon tagged Burna Boy and noted that fans are not ready for what is coming.

In other related news several Mzansi rappers are demanding that fellow African artist, Burna Boy, apologise for his past comments before he takes to the stage at the Africans Unite concert in SA.

According to SA Hip Hop magazine, the SA stars used to consider Burna Boy a peer, however, changed their views on him when the Gbona hit-maker made nasty comments on the xenophobic attacks in South African earlier this year. Burna Boy even threatened AKA in a tweet that he later deleted.

However, music fans and SA rappers have not forgotten about the incident. There has been a lot of tension between Burna Boy and local artists ahead of the Africans Unite concert, which will be headlined by Burna Boy at the Sun Arena in Pretoria.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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