Top Nigerian singer and performing artist Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, continues to stay on the rise to the top of African music royalty.
The Grammy award-winning songwriter, singer and entertainer have added another iconic venue behind its name as he performs an unreleased song with famous British singer Ed Sheeran, aka Edward Christopher Sheeran.
The Nigerian rockstar, which is all set to give the world and the entire music community with his 6th studio album, named as ‘Love, Damini’, shared the stage with global star Ed Sheeran at the 90,000 capacity iconic Wembley Stadium on June 30, Thursday.
Ed Sheeran & Burna Boy performing their unreleased song together on the same stage at Wembley Stadium is the best thing you’ll ever see this today! 😍
It’s the world to Afrobeats & Afrofuison now! 🦍
— #LoveDamini (@benny7gang) June 30, 2022
Ed Sheeran said that the record named ‘For My Hand’ had been scheduled for release on Friday, July 1, as part of the forthcoming studio album of Burna Boy. Burna Boy has also confirmed all these details through his official Twitter account.
The performance of Burna Boy comes a day after Fireboy DML’s record-making appearance as the first African celebrity to perform at Wembley Stadium.
— Burna Boy (@burnaboy) June 30, 2022
Edward Christopher ‘Ed’ Sheeran is a well-renowned English singer as well as a songwriter who is known to have won the hearts of people all around the world with his amazing voice that soothes the heart and mind.
Some of his famous singles include ‘Perfect,’ ‘Castle on the Hill,’ ‘Shape of You,’ ‘Beautiful People,’ I Don’t Care,’ ‘Take Me Back To London,’ and many more. He is among the world’s top-selling music performers and has sold more than 150 million records worldwide.
On the other hand, Burna Boy is a Nigerian singer, Songwriter and Performing artist who is very popular in entire Africa. He is the first African star to headline and sell out a show at Madison Square. The artist has got great success in his career, having won several awards.