Burna Boy becomes most-followed African Singer on Audiomack

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Burna Boy becomes most-followed African Singer on Audiomack
  • Examining Burna Boy’s Audiomack account reveals that, he has more than 5 million followers, making him the most followed person on the platform.
  • With an average of 3.5 million streams every month, Burna Boy also has a total of 1.3 billion streams on the site.

Nigerian superstar artist Burna Boy has recently achieved a remarkable milestone in his music career by becoming the most-followed African singer on the popular streaming platform, Audiomack.

With millions of avid fans and music enthusiasts across the globe, the Afrofusion maestro has consistently captivated listeners with his unique sound and compelling lyrics.

Upon closer inspection of Burna Boy’s Audiomack account, it becomes evident that he is the most followed user on the platform with over 5 million followers.

The self-described “African Giant” is currently the most followed musician on Audiomack, having become the first artist in the platform’s history to exceed 5 million followers.

Burna Boy accumulated a total of 1.3 billion streams on the platform, averaging 3.5 million streams each month.

In another news , Grammy organizers reveals Why Burna Boy is the biggest music star in Africa 

This recognition was articulated in a recent statement on their official website, where they extended congratulations to Burna Boy and other nominees for the inaugural category of Best African Music Performance at the 2024 Grammys.

The Grammy Awards specifically highlighted Burna Boy’s noteworthy contributions, emphasizing his impactful collaborations with global icons such as Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber.

Additionally, they underscored his accomplishment in securing his first UK No. 1 album in the current year with “I Told Them…”. This album, characterized by a classic hip-hop influence, features guest appearances from acclaimed artists such as 21 Savage, J. Cole, RZA, and GZA.

The Academy wrote:

There’s not a bigger star in Afrobeats, or even the whole of Africa itself, than Burna Boy. He nabbed two consecutive Best Global Album GRAMMY nods for his albums Twice as Tall and African Giant, and he’s also collaborated with global stars such as Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber.”

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