Grammy Award winner, Damini Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, has stunned fans with his performance under the rain, in Trinidad & Tobago.
The ‘Ye’ crooner took to his Twitter page on Sunday, 30th October 2022, to drop snippets of his performance at the ‘Tobago Music, Arts and Culture Festival (TOMAC)show’, which held on Sunday, 30th October.
In the video, some excited fans can be seen putting up their phone torchlights and screaming under the rain while the talented singer delivered his customary dance moves.
Appreciating his fans and how amazing they are via his Instagram account, the ‘last last‘ crooner said, “In the middle of a thunder storm, Tobago, you all were unbelievable .”
The singer warmed up the stage and audience at Plymouth Recreation Ground, Tobago, despite torrential rainfall during his entire performance at the Tobago Music, Arts, and Culture Festival.
Burna who was scheduled to perform on stage at 11 pm arrived at 1:30 am, wearing a black windbreaker with a hood which he later threw off to the audience.
In a video shared on his page, a huge crowd of expectant fans was seen standing under the rain with their umbrellas. The fans went wild as Burna Boy climbed the stage in an all-black protective ensemble.
The singer carried on with his music despite the rain and even threw in a couple of dance steps.
“Tobago, how are you feeling? For those of you who don’t know, they call me Oluwa Burna. How are you feeling? If you are feeling good tonight, let me hear you say yeahhhhh,” he teased.
Following the excitement his fans felt, many have hailed him on social media for the electrifying show.
iamvjadams: “GIANTTTTTTT” robyekpo: “Only one G.O.A.T
saidah_sg: “Just wondering if he would’ve still performed if it was here in Nigeria.”
❤️❤️❤️” fabrics: “Someone should tag that uncle who didn’t perform because his jewelry didn’t arrive ”
Burna Boy is said to be one of the most prominent artists in Nigeria and around the world.
The singer made headlines around the world in 2021 when his album, Twice as Tall, won the Best World Music Album at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards.
Story: Ralia Adama