Burna Boy’s Love, Damini becomes highest charting African album on US iTunes in less than 2 hours

Burna Boy is on the warpath to chart-topping success with his latest album Love, Damini. The Grammy Award-winning artiste just made history with Love, Damini becoming the highest charting African album on US iTunes.

On Friday (July 8), Burna Boy released his sixth studio album Love, Damini, as a follow-up to his Diddy executively-produced Twice As Tall album.

In less than 10 hours since its release, Love, Damini established Burna Boy’s milestone by peaking at number 2 on the US iTunes chart.

Love, Damini features a Toni Braxton-sampled single “Last Last,” plus collaborations with Kehlani, J Balvin, Khalid, Blxst, Popcaan, J Hus, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, and Ed Sheeran, who joins him on “For My Hand.”

Congratulations to Burna Boy. The artistry, promotion and the work put into the project deserves all the accolades it gets. Scroll below for the tracklist to Love, Damini.


01 “Glory” Feat. Ladysmith Black Mambazo

02 “Science”

03 “Cloak & Dagger” Feat. J Hus

04 “Kilometre”

05 “Jagele”

06 “Whiskey”

07 “Last, Last”

08 “Different Size” Feat. Victony

09 “It’s Plenty”

10 “Dirty Secrets”

11 “Toni-Ann Singh” Feat. Popcaan

12 “Solid” Feat Blxst & Kehlani

13 “For My Hand” Feat. Ed Sheeran

14 “Rollercoaster” Feat. J Balvin

15 “Vanilla”

16 “Common Person”

17 “Wild Dreams” Feat. Khalid

18 “How Bad Could It Be”

19 “Love, Damini” Feat. Ladysmith Black Mambazo

You can listen to Burna Boy’s Love, Damini here.





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