Burna Boy and Toni Braxton Thrill Fans With Their Performance on Stage

Image Credit: Toni Braxton/ Instagram, X

Burna Boy shocked fans by performing “Last Last” with Toni Braxton on stage. This marked the first time the two artists have worked side by side since Burna Boy sampled Braxton’s song.

Burna Boy and Toni Braxton Make Fans Go Wild

Afrobeat star Burna Boy has been up and about following his “I Told Them” tour. More recently, the Nigerian native proved he is full of surprises. Burna invited Toni Braxton to share the mic during the eccentric show on stage as they sang his song “Last Last”.

“Last Last” is a song loved and well-known in his country. Despite being an indigenous piece of music, the Afrobeat singer sampled Toni Braxton’s “He Wasn’t Man Enough.” Like the R&B singer’s 2000 hit single, “Last Last” seems to be taking over the industry.

Produced in 2022, the song topped the Billboard charts and presented Burna with an opportunity to win a Grammy at the 64th annual Grammy Awards. Meanwhile, the African Giant has been appreciative of Toni Braxton’s nod. He mentioned that the original singer gets 60% of the royalties.

Fans Moved To their Bones Seeing The Duo Perform

Despite hearing both versions simultaneously, music lovers were impressed that the artists could collaborate for a stage performance. This first-time action led many to show their appreciation toward the duo. Judging by comments reported by The Jasmine Brand, some fans even termed it the show’s highlight.

One person wrote:

“Fans felt it and we also felt it here. Goosebumps all over me. This is so lovely. My childhood legend and an icon for the music. Toni Braxton came out to perform ‘Last Last’ with Burna Boy. What an atmosphere. What a crowd. Sold-out State Farm Arena in Atlanta, USA.”

Another added:

“Burna Boy doing what he knows best with Toni Braxton.”

Indeed, Burna Boy is making major moves with celebrities at home and abroad, and he just proved that with his collab with Toni Braxton.

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