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  • Writer's pictureRomaine Brown

Burna Boy returns to Jamaica for 32nd birthday

The afrobeat superstar returns to the island, records at the legendary Bob Marley studio, celebrated his 32nd birthday and was spotted at the famous Weddy Weddy event where he captivated the audience

Burna Boy pictured with Santan Dave and Maxo Kream at Bob Marley's studio in Jamaica

The Afrobeat star Burna Boy conquers Jamaica once again. The African Giant, as he is commonly referred to, celebrated his 32nd birthday on vacation in Jamaica. Rumors circulated about his expected appearance at the well-known Uptown Mondays event, however, it was at the famous Weddy Weddy Wednesdays event at Stone Love's headquarters where he was spotted. He even graced the local attendees with a short rendition of his hit single, 'Ye Ye'. Accompanied by his entourage, Burna Boy was also seen with the selectors, Boom Boom & Harry Hype and Randy Rich & Gugumental from Stone Love.

The Nigerian superstar seems to have recorded new music after being spotted in some leaked videos and photos at the legendary Bob Marley studio in Kingston, alongside American rappers, Maxo Cream and Zoey Dollaz and the British rapper Dave.

Earlier this week, The 'Last Last' artiste broke another record, as the first African singer to sell out the 41000 capacity of the Citi Field stadium in Queens New York for his one-year anniversary with his masterpiece album, 'Love Damin'.

Burna Boy has always embraced Jamaica and has kept the island close to his heart with the inclusion of the Jamaican leg of his ‘Love Damini’ worldwide tour last December and even spent several more days on the island. With his close musical relationship with international dancehall superstar Popcaan, it seems likely that he may take part in the upcoming Unruly Fest on December 22 in St. Thomas.

Burna Boy In Bob Marley's studio


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