Nigerian music icon, Burna Boy whose real name is Damini Ogulu has become the first first African artiste to sell out 20,000 capacity in Atlanta, United states of America.
Burna Boy has recorded sold-out shows across the world and established himself as one of the greatest artists Africa has ever seen and perhaps the greatest performer of his generation.
The self-acclaimed African Giant has been recording historic turnout in all the venues of his ongoing ‘Love, Damini’ tour and in his latest stop In Atlanta, the Grammy winner sold out the prestigious 20,000-capacity State Farm Arena.
The concert was held on Sunday 31st July 2022 and over 20,000 thousand fans filled the arena to watch Burna Boy thrill them with his electrifying and unforgettable performance.
The information was confirmed on the official Twitter platform of State Farm Arena.
Taking to Twitter on Monday morning, the post reads, “Official: @burnaboy is SOLD OUT”
— State Farm Arena (@StateFarmArena) August 1, 2022
Watch the video of Burna Boy delivering an exhilarating performance below.
Burna boy controlling 21k people in his sold out show in Atlanta with a phone. The best performer to ever walk in earth🐐pic.twitter.com/6NM7c5YjJi
— Khalipha Burna🇳🇬 (@CallMeKhalipha) August 1, 2022
Burna Boy has remained one of the most influential musicians in his generation. He has continued to make history across the globe with his music.
A couple of weeks ago, Bose Ogulu, the mother and manager of the Grammy award-winning singer, was a proud mother as her son became the African first artiste to perform at the Billboard Music Awards.
The Billboard Music Awards held on Sunday, May 15, and had in attendance the African giant and his mother. The singer took to the stage to perform his several hit songs and became the first African artist to achieve such a feat.
Bose Ogulu took to her Instagram page to applaud her son for the record-breaking achievement. Bose went on to list the many records her son had broken for the past week.
According to her, the recording artiste was the first African artiste to not only perform at Billboard but also Grammys, BET Hip-hop awards, and Brits.
“A lot of firsts this week @burnaboygram became the first African artist to perform at the BBMA’s, Grammy’s, BET Hip-hop Awards and Brits…. Also, our First trip to Vegas!”.