Burna Boy equals Davido’s record on US Apple Music chart
Burna Boy, a Grammy-winning musician from Nigeria, has matched Davido's previous record for the highest-peaking African album on the Apple Music United States chart.
With his fourth studio album, "Timeless," which peaked at Number 2 earlier this year, Davido broke the previous record.
The second-highest peaking African project in the history of the chart was shared by Davido's 'Timeless' and Burna Boy's new album, "I Told Them," which debuted at Number 2 on the US Apple Music chart on Saturday.
Similar to this, after debuting at number 2, "I Told Them" went on to become the highest-peaking African project in the history of the European Apple Music Album Chart.
In order to accomplish the new feat, Burna Boy broke the previous record he had set with his 2022 album "Love, Damini," which peaked at Number 3.
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