Burna Boy’s ‘Last Last’ bags RIAA platinum plaque
Over one million copies of Ebunoluwa Damini Ogulu, better known as Burna Boy’s most recent hit track, “Last Last,” have been sold in the US.
This information was provided by Chart Data, a renowned chart news website. The platform revealed that Burna Boy received an RIAA platinum plaque for the success of “Last Last” in the US.
On Burna Boy’s sixth album, “Love, Damini,” which was released in 2022, “Last Last” was one of the standout songs. The song’s infectious melody and motivational lyrics soon drew in listeners from all over the world, and it received a ton of playing on radio and music streaming platforms.
The song’s appeal led to its inclusion on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it reached number 44, solidifying Burna Boy’s position as an international music icon.
With over a million units sold in the US thanks to the resounding reception to “Last Last,” Burna Boy is now eligible to receive yet another RIAA platinum plaque.
Burna Boy has become the first Nigerian musician to receive two RIAA platinum plaques as a lead artist after receiving his first platinum certification for his popular song “YE” in 2018 and now for “Last Last,” which has received a similar honor.