Burna Boy Breaks Records, Becomes First African Artist to Perform Live at Award Show

Burna Boy Breaks Records, Becomes First African Artist to Perform Live at Award Show

Burna Boy’s Historic Grammy Performance

Nigerian music sensation Damini Ogulu, widely known as Burna Boy, is poised to create history as the first African artiste to deliver a live performance at the prestigious Grammy Awards.

The Recording Academy made this groundbreaking announcement on Monday via their official X handle, unveiling Burna Boy alongside Luke Combs and Travis Scott as performers for the 2024 Grammys.

Grammy Organizers’ Statement

In a brief statement, the Grammy organizers shared the exciting news with fans, writing, “Attention: African Giant @BurnaBoy will take the #GRAMMYs stage on Sunday, February 4 at 8 PM ET / 5 PM PT on @CBS.”

Star-Studded Lineup

Burna Boy’s inclusion in the performance lineup places him among globally recognized artists such as Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, and Dua Lipa, who were earlier announced as performers for the highly anticipated award show.

Ubi Franklin Reacts to Burna Boy’s Bugatti Purchase

In related news, music executive Ubi Franklin has responded to reports circulating about Burna Boy’s acquisition of a Bugatti W16 Mistral, reportedly valued at $5 million (N5 billion).

An international car dealer, Deejay Mzi, shared a video showcasing the singer’s new Bugatti, confirming Burna Boy as the owner.

However, Franklin expressed skepticism about Burna Boy spending such a hefty amount on a car, adding a layer of intrigue to the luxury vehicle’s acquisition.

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