Burna Boy’s ‘Last Last’ is Biggest Afrobeats Record of 2022: Rolling Stone

Burna Boy's 'Last Last' is Biggest Afrobeats Record of 2022 Rolling Stone (News Central TV)

Rolling stone has released its list of the biggest Afrobeats records of 2022. Burna Boy‘s international smash hit ‘Last Last’ emerged as the biggest Afrobeats/Afropop song of 2022.

Nigerian-born Afrobeats Giant, Burna Boys ‘Last Last’ peaked at NO. 4 on the UK Charts while also peaking at NO. 44 on Billboard Hot 100.

Last Last was released in May 2022. The song tops Burna Boy’s 6th album ‘Love, Damini’ and has enjoyed massive success across Africa and the international shores. The single has also picked up a nomination for Best Global Song at the 2023 Grammys.

Several Nigerian Afrobeats songs also topped the top 10 list in Rolling Stone Best Afropop 40 songs in 2022 alongside Burna Boy’s ‘Last Last’. Oxlade’s ‘Kulosa’, Asake’s ‘Sungba’, Ayra Starr’s ‘Rush’, and Pheelz’s ‘Finesse’  all appear in the top 10.

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Below are the top 10 of Rollingstone’s top 40 Afrobeats songs of 2022.

  1. Burna Boy – ‘Last Last’ 
  2. Oxlade  ‘Kulosa’ 
  3. Asake feat Burna Boy – ‘Sungba’ remix
  4. Ayra Starr – ‘Rush’ 
  5. Pheelz feat BNXN – ‘Finesse’
  6. Daliwonga feat. Mellow and Sleazy, and M.J – ‘Abo Mvelo’
  7. Black Sherif – ‘Kweku the Traveller’
  8. Uncle Waffles feat. Tony Duardo, Sino Msolo, and BoiBizza – ‘Tanzania’
  9. Mavins (Crayon, Ayra Starr, LADIPOE, Magixx, and Boy Spyce) – ‘Overloading (OVERDOSE)’
  10. Kabza De Small feat. Msaki – ‘Khusela’

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