Damini Ogulu popularly known as Burna Boy (oluwa burna)  was born  in Lagos in 1991. He began making music at just ten years old when a fellow classmate at school gave him a copy of the production software FruityLoops. Armed with these means, he began to create his own beats on an old computer. After he graduated, he moved to London to attend university, but he dropped out after two years and moved back to Nigeria. In 2010, the 19-year-old Ogulu traveled to Nigeria’s southern coast, where a mutual acquaintance, producer LeriQ, had some studio space. This marked a period when he began to connect to the music of his native country, having spent most of his youth immersed in American acts like DMX. He delved into the dancehall and reggae music his father listened to, and explored the Afro-beat music preferred by his grandfather (who had also been Fela Kuti’s first manager). As a result of his new discoveries, Ogulu created a confluence of genres that would become his signature sound.

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With production by LeriQ, Burna Boy created “Like to Party,” which marked his rise to prominence and generated a local buzz along the way. 2013 saw the release of his debut studio album; featuring guest slots from Wizkid, Timaya, 2face, and M.I., L.I.F.E drew favorable reviews from the music press. For his sophomore effort, 2015’s On a Spaceship, Burna parted ways with both his record company and LeriQ, and delivered a record even more diverse than his first. In 2017, he teamed up with producer Juls for the single “Rock Your Body.” A host of singles followed throughout the year, including “GBA,” “Streets of Africa,” “Koni Baje,” and “Sekkle Down,” featuring J Hus. Dropping the Lily Allen-aided single “Heaven’s Gate” in early January 2018, Burna delivered his third album, Outside, later that month. He returned a year later with the single “Killin Dem,” a collaboration with Zlatan. Along with additional singles like “Dangote” and “On the Low,” it was later included on his fourth album, African Giant, which saw release in July 2019.

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YearAlbumLabelAllMusic RatingUser Ratings
African Giant
2019African GiantAtlantic / Bad Habit / On a Spaceship
Steel & Copper
Steel & CopperAtlantic / Bad Habit / On a Spaceship
OutsideAtlantic / Bad Habit / On a Spaceship


Burna Boy storms American Daily show with his Mom, explains how he felt when he couldn’t find his name on the Coachella poster (video)

Burna Boy Net Worth 2019

According to Forbes, as of September 2019Burna Boy’s net worth is estimated to be approximately $3.5 million.

Aristokrat Records released Burna Boy’s debut studio album Leaving an Impact For Eternity, L.I.F.E, on August 12, 2013.


34 feat. DJDS
African Giant
Another Story
Richard Isong / Damini Ogulu
Blak Ryno (Skit)
Calm Down
Collateral Damage
Damini Ogulu / Kelvin Peter Udoma
Darko feat. DJDS
Devil in California
Gum Body
Heaven’s Gate
Innocent Man feat. DJDS
Ja Ara E
Killin Dem
Koni Baje
More Life
No! feat. A.K.A. / DJ Clock / TiMO ODV
On the Low
Ph City Vibration
Pull Up
Rock Your Body
Sekkle Down
Momodou Jallow / Jonathan Mensah / Damini Ogulu
Sekkle Down
Show & Tell
Streets of Africa
This Side
Thuggin feat. DJDS
Wetin Man Go Do
Window feat. Angel
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