Timber ‘Sittin’ On Top Of The World’: Burna Boy Reaffirms His Status In New Single
‘Sittin’ On Top Of The World’: Burna Boy Reaffirms His Status In New Single
Fresh off the heels of his highly successful Love Damini stadium tour, which saw him make history by selling out the 40,000-capacity La Defense arena in Paris, Burna Boy returns with a new song, asserting his position as a dominant force in the music industry. His latest single, aptly titled “SITTIN’ ON TOP OF THE WORLD,” perfectly captures his current standing as one of the hottest artists in the world.
“SITTIN’ ON TOP OF THE WORLD” serves as his inaugural official release of the year. The captivating track arrives hot on the heels of the resounding triumph of his sixth studio album, “Love, Damini,” which received widespread acclaim from fans and critics. With “SITTIN’ ON TOP OF THE WORLD,” Burna Boy continues to assert his creative power and further solidify his position as the African Giant.
Building on the momentum from his critically acclaimed sixth studio album, “Love, Damini,” Burna Boy’s newest track signifies a powerful statement. The song encapsulates his current position, highlighting his unrivalled status as one of the industry’s most dominant forces.
Having recently wowed audiences in Paris, where he sold out the massive La Defense stadium, Burna Boy continues to captivate audiences worldwide. With his highly anticipated performance at the London Stadium just two days away, fans eagerly anticipate another awe-inspiring spectacle.
The journey doesn’t end there for Burna Boy. Following his show in London, he will grace the stage at Gelredome Arnhem in Arnhem, Netherlands, as he perpetuates his legacy and leaves an indelible mark in the annals of musical history.
“SITTIN’ ON TOP OF THE WORLD” showcases Burna Boy’s unwavering dominance and reaffirms his status as a global music phenomenon. As he continues his electrifying stadium tour, Burna Boy’s unstoppable ascent solidifies his position as one of the most exceptional and influential African artists in history.
Listen to Sittin’ on Top of The World here.