Burna Boy Makes History as Most Followed African Artiste on Audiomack

Grammy-Winning Artist Surpasses 5 Million Followers and Achieves Record-Breaking Streams on Global Platform

Renowned Nigerian artist Damini Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, has reached a groundbreaking milestone by becoming the most followed African artiste on the global music streaming platform, Audiomack. A check on Burna Boy’s Audiomack account has confirmed that he now holds the top position, boasting an impressive following of over 5 million users. This achievement marks Burna Boy as the first artiste in Audiomack’s history to reach such a significant milestone.

In addition to his massive following, Burna Boy has also amassed a staggering cumulative figure of 1.3 billion streams on the platform, with an average of 3.5 million streams monthly. The self-acclaimed ‘African Giant’ continues to solidify his position as a global music powerhouse, consistently dominating the digital music landscape.

It’s noteworthy that Burna Boy’s achievement comes at a time when the Nigerian music scene is making waves globally. Recently, the song ‘Lonely At The Top’ by Nigerian singer Asake set a remarkable record by surpassing 100 million streams on Audiomack. This accomplishment positioned the track as the world’s most streamed song on the platform, further highlighting the growing influence of African music on the global stage.

Burna Boy’s historic milestone on Audiomack reflects not only his individual success but also underscores the increasing global recognition of African artists and their contribution to the international music landscape. As the music industry continues to evolve, Burna Boy’s achievement serves as a testament to the growing impact of African talent on the world stage.

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