Burna Boy has just released his sixth album, Love, Damini, and the 19-track album is a letter to his fans. Across the project, fans get an insight into Burna Boy's life, as he speaks about love, heartbreak and much more. It's an album for every occasion.
The album follows on from Burna Boy's 2020 album Twice As Tall, which saw him win the Grammy for Best Global Music Album. Love, Damini features guest appearances from Ed Sheeran, Kehlani, J Balvin, Popcaan, Khalid and many more. While the album features a cavalcade of world-class artists, Burna Boy is always the star of the show.
Love, Damini is another reminder of why so many music lovers immediately think of Burna Boy when someone mentions Afrobeat. Burna Boy recently joined Ed Sheeran at Wembley Stadium to perform album highlight For My Hand together, debuting the song at one of the most iconic venues in the world. The pair have released a video for the track, and it features a lot of time spent in a lift. You can check it out below.
Speaking about the album to Apple Music, Burna Boy says, "I want you to listen to this and feel like it’s a rollercoaster ride. Catch a vibe, buss a whine, party like it’s your birthday, or even grab a tissue. I’ve got you, always." Burna Boy's just celebrated his 31st birthday, and Love, Damini is a way of celebrating with fans.
You can check out Love, Damini now. Burna Boy will be headlining Promiseland Festival on the Gold Coast in October, and it'll be the first time Burna Boy performs live in Australia!