Born on July 2, 1994, in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu hails from a family with a rich cultural background. His mother, Bose Ogulu, served as a dancer to Fela Kuti, while his father, Samuel, held a managerial position at a welding company. Notably, his maternal grandfather, Benson Idonije, played a significant role in managing the legendary Nigerian musician Fela Kuti.
Growing up in southern Nigeria, Burna, as he’s commonly known, discovered his passion for music early on. He honed his skills by producing beats using FL Studio, laying the foundation for his future in the music industry.

After attending Corona Secondary School in Agbara, Ogun State, Burna relocated to London to pursue further education. He embarked on his academic journey by studying media technology at the University of Sussex from 2008 to 2009. He then transitioned to Oxford Brookes University, where he delved into media communications and culture until 2010.

Burna Boy’s debut album, L.I.F.E, dropped on August 12, 2013, following his mixtape Burn Identity (2011). It sold 40,000 copies on its first day and featured singles like “Like to Party” and “Run My Race”. Leriq produced the album, with guest appearances from 2face Idibia, M.I, Timaya, Olamide, and Wizkid. Inspired by Fela Kuti, King Sunny Ade, and Bob Marley, L.I.F.E was praised by Nigeria Entertainment Today, ranking 10th on its list of the 12 Best Albums of 2013.
In 2014, Burna Boy parted ways with Aristokrat Records. By February 2015, he established his own record label, Spaceship Entertainment. Just eight months after leaving Aristocrat Records, Burna Boy dropped his second studio album, “On a Spaceship,” on November 25, 2015. Following this, his debut extended play, “Redemption,” consisting of seven tracks, hit the scene in September 2016. The EP’s lead single, “Pree Me,” showcased Burna Boy’s evolving musical style and marked a new chapter in his career as an independent artist.

Burna Boy’s career has been punctuated by collaborations with some of the industry’s biggest names, including Beyoncé, Jorja Smith, Ed Sheeran, and Stormzy. These partnerships have not only broadened Burna Boy’s musical palette but have also solidified his position as a cultural icon on the global stage. With each collaboration, Burna Boy continues to push boundaries and showcase his versatility, cementing his legacy as one of the most influential artists of his generation.
Burna Boy’s discography stands as a testament to his musical prowess and boundless creativity. Within the Afrobeat scene, he is widely regarded as one of the artists with the most impressive catalogues.His discography boasts a rich array of studio albums, each a testament to his musical genius which includes:

L.I.F.E (2013)
On a Spaceship (2015)
Outside (2018)
African Giant (2019)
Twice as Tall (2020)
Love, Damini (2022)
I Told Them… (2023)
In addition to his studio albums, Burna Boy has also released a personal EP titled Redemption (2016) and a collaborative EP, Steel & Copper (2019), with DJDS.Burna Boy’s exceptional talent has garnered him widespread recognition and a multitude of prestigious awards. From BET Awards to MTV Europe Music Awards, his trophy cabinet shines with an impressive array of honors. Notably, Burna Boy secured a Grammy Award for Best Global Music Album.

Burna Boy defied expectations and captured the world’s attention with groundbreaking stadium concerts. He made history as the first African artist to headline a European stadium, selling out London’s 80,000-capacity venue. The momentum continued as he packed the 40,000-capacity Paris La Defense Arena in France and the 41,000-capacity GelreDome in Arnhem, Netherlands. Breaking new ground once more, Burna Boy became the inaugural African artist to sell out a stadium in the United States with his electrifying performance at New
To list some of songs include:
Like to Party” (2012)
“Yawa Dey” (2013)
“Soke” (2015)
“Ye” (2018)
“On the Low” (2018)
“Anybody” (2019)
“Gbona” (2018)
“African Giant” (2019)
“Wonderful” (2020)
“Way Too Big” (2020)
5″Real Life” (feat. Stormzy) (2020)
“Kilometre” (2021)
“Question” (feat. Don Jazzy) (2021)
“Wetin Dey Sup” (2020)
“Dangote” (2019)
” City Boys”
” Last Last”

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