Burna Boy, J Balvin share ‘Rollercoaster’ video

Single & video now available

Grammy Award-winning global superstar Burna Boy has released an official music video for “Rollercoaster,” featuring Grammy Award-winning Latin artist J Balvin. The fan favorite track comes from Burna’s acclaimed studio album, Love, Damini.

Following its nomination for Best Global Music Performance at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards, Burna Boy’s global smash hit “Last Last” has also been RIAA certified Platinum becoming the fastest Afrobeat song to be certified gold and platinum in the US. In addition to being nominated for “Best Global Music Album” for his sixth studio album, Love, Damini, Burna put on an electric performance of the hit single at the 2023 NBA All-Star Game halftime show.

The African Giant has been announced as a special guest at Dreamville Music Festival featuring headliners J. Cole, Drake and Usher. He’s set to make his return to the Coachella stage next month before headlining Afro Nation Miami as well as co-headlining the 2023 UEFA Champions League Final Kick Off Show in June. Burna will also be performing arena shows in Oakland, Dallas, and London.

Late last year, Burna performed at Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty Vol. 4 show, streamed exclusively on Amazon Prime, alongside global superstars Anitta, Don Toliver, and Maxwell. He also earned his first-ever No. 1 at Urban Radio with “Last Last,” and received a 2022 American Music Awards nomination for “Favorite Afrobeats Artist.”

Burna Boy continues to reach new heights with his Love, Damini, marking his highest US debut to date on the Billboard Top 200, topping the Billboard US Afrobeats Songs chart for eight weeks and continuing to climb at rhythm radio. The album also continues to grow internationally as it finished at No. 2 in the UK and Netherlands, becoming his highest charting album in those territories, and the No. 1 album on Apple Music in 47 countries.

Buddy Iahn
Buddy Iahn

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