Burna Boy and his lovely mom pose with the Gold plaque received in France.

Nigerian singer and Grammy Award-nominee, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, known as Burna Boy, on Sunday shared good news to his dedicated fans over the Gold plaque received in France.

The Gold plaque was given to him for garnering 15 million streams in France via his 2019 hit single titled ‘On The Low’.

According to Burna Boy, the song went Gold in France without any promotion by his team.

He said: “On the low” went Gold in France without any radio push or promo. Love every single one of you that streamed it over 15m times.”

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“On the low” went Gold in France 🇫🇷 without any radio push or promo. Love every single one of you that streamed it over 15m times, it’s still #FOOTONNECK2020 – – 📸 @sanaabstrakt_art

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In another post via his verified Instagram page, Burna Boy also thanked everyone for his new achievement, he wrote: “Thankful.”

Meanwhile, 4 days ago, Burna Boy shut down his ‘African Giant Returns’ tour in Marseille, France.

In a post shared on his Instagram page, Burna thanked his amazing French fans who pulled up for him.

The Marseille tour came two days after he released his first official single, “Odogwu” this year, 2020.

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