On April 28 Burna Boy became the first Nigerian performer to headline a concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden. Where he informed the title of his new album, Love, Damini, during the show.
On August 24 his upcoming album will be released via Spaceship/Bad Habit/Atlantic Records and Burna Boy also a Stunning Music Video for Big 7, However, the Grammy-winning Nigerian artist started in 2022 with Love, Damini I Told Them…
Meanwhile, Burna Boy also released an album trailer and a top single, “Big 7,” which was attended by Benny Bloom. The song features a video starring RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan which also includes Busta Rhymes, Junior Mafia, and actor Shameik Moore.
Before this month Burna Boy was the first African musician to sell out a stadium gig in the United States however with a landmark performance at New York’s Citi Field.
“First of all / Rest in peace Virgil Abloh / Don’t spill no drink on my clothes when I’m Louis V dripping / Don’t like stress on my dome /Straight to the head when I’m 1942 shipping/Been wavy since morning / No dey talk to me in public,” he sings in the song’s opening verse.
By the last year, He was also the first Nigerian musician to headline at Madison Square Garden. Burna Boy appeared on London rapper J Hus’ album Beautiful and Brutal Yard in June, where he provided two versions of the music which included 21 Savage’s one of which is “Sittin’ on Top of the World,”.
“‘Big 7’ is a melodic tribute to embracing new heights in my musical journey,” said Burna Boy in a statement. “The title represents a symbolic aspiration to reach greater horizons, with the number seven embodying an attainable and harmonious growth.”