Burna Boy Grabs The Attention Of Michelle Obama As She Adds His Song To Her 2020 Playlist (Screenshot)

Looks like this year started on a good note for Nigerian singer Burna Boy.

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He was born as Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu and  popularly known in showbiz as Burna Boy.

we can say that Burna Boy has managed to capture Former First Lady of America, Michelle Obama’s heart with one of his songs.

In a recent post sighted by GhBase.com the former first lady of America, shared her 2020 work out playlist with her followers on her Instagram page and one peculiar name that popped up is Nigerian singer Burna Boy.

Michelle Obama posted Burna Boy’s ” My money, my baby” as part of the list.

The tall list had the likes of Cardi B, Beyonce, Kanye West, Jay- Z, Jennifer Lopez amongst others featured on it.

Well, we bet Burna Boy is excited to have attracted the Michelle Obama’s attention with his song. He has not only gained international recognition by being on thw same “page” as other American top stars but has put his country Nigeria on the Globe.

Excited American pop star, Cardi B who couldn’t believe Michelle Obama listens to her songs reacted to it on her social media page by appreciating the former first lady.

It’s rather unfortunate no Ghanaian artist made the list. Perhaps Michelle Obama is yet to come across a song made by a Ghanaian.

That notwithstanding, we are yet to see Burna Boy’s reaction to this exciting news!

Checkout the full post with the names below;

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vanessa nordzihttp://Ghbase.com
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