Burna Boy dazzles at the SummerJam festival in Germany

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Damini Ogulu, better known as Burna Boy, took centre stage as a headline act at the SummerJam festival in Germany, delivering another electrifying performance that his fans have come to love.

The SummerJam Festival, renowned for its lineup spanning reggae, dancehall, and hip-hop genres, was held from July 5 to July 7, 2024, drawing music lovers from around the globe.

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Burna Boy, a Grammy Award-winning artist celebrated for his dynamic live shows, treated fans to an unforgettable day of music. He performed hits from his 2023 album ‘I Told Them’, including the crowd favourite ‘City Boys’, which had the audience singing and dancing in unision.

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The Nigerian superstar’s appearance at SummerJam followed his recent triumph in the United Kingdom, where he sold out London Stadium twice, packing in a remarkable 80,000 fans each time—a testament to his immense popularity and influence.

Known for his distinctive style and unparalleled musical talent, Burna Boy continues to solidify his place in the African music scene. His latest single, “Higher”, made waves as the most streamed song during its debut week on Spotify Nigeria.

Burna Boy’s captivating performance at the 2024 SummerJam festival reaffirms his status as a global music icon, as he continues to delight audiences with his electrifying stage presence.

The Next edition of the Summerjam festival will take place from July 4 – 6, 2025.

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