‘I Have Made More Money From Last Last Than Any Song In My Career’ – Burna Boy Unveils


This admission was made by Burna Boy during a Shopping For Sneakers interview. While Toni Braxon receives 60% of the streaming royalties from his hit “Last Last,” he admitted in the interview that he actually only receives a little portion of the song’s earnings compared to the single’s overall revenue.

The seventh track from Burna Boy’s most recent album, “Love, Damini,” is titled “Last Last.”


Burna Boy’s most intimate body of work to date, “Love, Damini,” boasts two hit singles, “Kilometre” and “Last Last,” a banger that samples Toni Braxton’s classic, “He Wasn’t Man Enough,” and has amassed nearly 2 billion streams globally to date. All of these factors contributed to this project, where Burna went all out in terms of production, in which he used every trick in the 19 track album that speaks of different aspects of his life as an artist.

On this sensational album, Burna Boy featured international acts such as Dancehall icon, Popcaan on the eleventh track, “T.A.S.,”, Blxst and Kehlani featured on the twelfth track, “Solid”, Ed Sheeran is on the album’s thirteenth track, “For My Hand.” J. Balvin made magic on “Rollercoaster,” and also “Cloak & Dagger”, featuring British rapper J. Hus, who previously featured Burna Boy on his own song, “Play Play”, “How Bad Could It Be” featured Khalid and a host of other incredible artists.

Legendary South African powerhouse, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, features in the opening and close of the album, which includes tracks like ‘Whiskey’, ‘Different size’, ‘Dirty Secrets’, ‘Wild dreams’, ‘Common Person’ and ‘Vanilla’.

Watch the full interview below,