Nigerian Superstar Burna Boy has released a video for his single It’s Plenty off his chart-topping album Love, Damini. Burna Boy, even before the release of his album toured actively and introduced his sound to a new audience; giving new meaning to an artiste’s hard work.
The Troy Roscoe-directed video shows the Grammy award-winning artiste giving fans a glimpse of his life as a touring artiste. The scenes from the video transition from his tours to barbershop scene to a scene where he is partying with friends. The video which has since reached eight hundred and four thousand(804k) views within twenty hours of upload gives an euphoric feeling and puts you in a celebratory mood.
The song was produced by British-Ghanaian record producer JAE5 and The Elements. Despite Last Last being the song of the summer, fans have since chosen It’s Plenty as their standout song from the album with the song racking over 100 million streams on TikTok.
Burna Boy earlier this month set a new record on music streaming and downloading platform Boomplay hitting 500 million all-time streams, making him the first artiste to hit this feat on the music platform.
Enjoy the new video below:
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