The singer, whose real name is Damini Ogulu, beat out a strong field of nominees including Aya Nakamura, Ella Mai, Stormzy, Central Cee, and Ayra Starr.
Burna Boy’s victory comes after a number of successful years, during which he released a number of acclaimed albums, including “Twice as Tall” and “Burna Boy.” He has also toured extensively, performing to sold-out crowds around the world. His previous BET wins in the category were in 2019, 2020, and 2021.
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Burna Boy’s latest victory is a testament to his continued success and popularity. He is one of the most exciting and innovative artists working today, and his music is resonating with audiences all over the world.
The “Best International Act” award has been dominated by Nigerian artists in recent years.
Asake, another Nigerian singer, was nominated for the “Best New International” category at this year’s BET Awards but lost out to Cameroonian artist Libianca. Nigerian singer Tems received an award in the “Best Collaboration” category for her contribution to the Grammy award-winning song, Wait For U, with Future and Drake.