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Burna Boy lights up Times Square as YouTube’s artiste of the month

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24 October 2018   |   5:30 am
Burna Boy is a Nigerian based Afro-fusion singer, songwriter and performing artiste signed to his record label Spaceship Entertainment. Born Damini Ogulu in Port Harcourt to parents Bosede and Samuel Ogulu, he is the only son and eldest of three children.

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