Burna Boy’s huge ego was in full swing after he finally took delivery of his Grammy Award plaque, a photo of which he quickly uploaded on Instagram.
The Nigerian Afrobeat powerhouse, who has proudly nicknamed himself African Giant won his first ever Grammy Award this year after he grabbed the Best Global Music Album at the 63rd edition of the prestigious award.
Right after he got the award finally, the singer took to IG to shower praises on his ‘excellent family’.
In his words;
“Early Morning deliveries from across the pond! 😪 – My parents prayed for excellent children, not houses, cars or “things”. They asked my sisters for stellar degrees; one got a first class in Finance, the other got a Distinction in Engineering. They asked me for a Grammy, and here we are. I am a product of sacrifice! Thank God and thank you all again! ❤️”
Meanwhile, Burna Boy (African Giant) has added yet another feather in his cap after he had three songs running simultaneously on Spotify.
To put it into perspective, the singer has become the first African artiste to have three of his albums garner at least 100 million streams on Spotify.
Burna Boy’s latest achievement was shared on Twitter by music aggregate monitoring page, Chart Data. It listed Outside, African Giant and Twice as Tall as the albums which have individually gotten at least 100 million streams each on Spotify.
Chart Data posted on Twitter thus;
”@burnaboy is the first African artist to have three albums with at least 100 million streams each on Spotify (African Giant, Outside & Twice As Tall).”