VIDEO: Toni Braxton Gets 60% of earnings from my “Last Last” Song – Burna Boy

VIDEO: Toni Braxton Gets 60% of earnings from my

African Giant and Grammy Award-winning singer, Burna Boy in a recent interview has revealed that American Singer, Toni Braxton is set to earn about 60% percent of his earnings from his latest hit song, Last Last which is actually a heartbreak song.




The song was released about a month ago and it has become a huge success across Nigeria, Africa, and Beyond, recall that Stefflon Don and Burna Boy broke up their 3 years relationship in December 2021.

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VIDEO: Toni Braxton Gets 60% of earnings from my "Last Last" Song - Burna Boy

Burna Boy in this interview revealed that he had to Sample Toni Braxton’s song “He Wasn’t Man Enough” released in the year 2000 and that’s why she would be getting 60 percent of any streaming money that song gets.

VIDEO: Toni Braxton Gets 60% of earnings from my "Last Last" Song - Burna Boy

He also revealed his not worried about it, because he listened to her song, and was so sure Nigerian Producer, Chopstix was going to do magic with the beat while sampling the song.

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Watch the video below.

 

 





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