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4 Businesses Owned by Burna Boy

Burna Boy, the Grammy-winning Afrobeat phenomenon, is not just a music industry force to be reckoned with, but also an entrepreneur with several enterprises.

Aside from chart-topping tunes and exciting performances, he’s also a savvy businessman with a diverse portfolio.

Burna Boy has demonstrated that his entrepreneurial energy is as fiery as his music, from the world of fashion to the emerging cannabis market.

HowNG takes a look at the several enterprises that this complex artist has.

1. BrKfast

With ‘BrKfast,’ Burna Boy entered the rapidly expanding cannabis market.

The program was launched in South Beach, Miami, as a result of a collaboration with Jokes Up/Ice Kream.

The business appeared to have received its name from ‘Last Last’, a chart-topping hit tune off his ‘Love, Damini’ album — which depicted heartbreak as ‘Breakfast’.

The unveiling comes little over a year after the musician called Nigeria’s cannabis ban “dumb.”

The brand debut, which coincided with Miami Carnival, began with a Pop Up from 12 to 3 p.m., followed by brunch at a Miami Diner from 3:30 to 7 p.m.

2. Spaceship Entertainment

Every great artist recognizes the value of a strong foundation, and Spaceship Entertainment is that foundation for Burna Boy.

This record company, founded by the musician himself, is about discovering and fostering young African talents, offering them a platform to flourish on the world scale.

Nissi, LeriQ, and Telz are among the recording artists on the label, which was founded in 2015.


3. Sunglasses business

Burna Boy was always spotted wearing a gorgeous pair of sunglasses, so it was only a matter of time before he debuted his own collection of sunglasses.

These are more than just accessories; they make a statement.

Each pair highlights a different aspect of Burna Boy’s personality, allowing fans to literally experience the world through his eyes.

The business teased the initiative by throwing a party for Burna Boy’s followers at its headquarters. For the partnership, Burna allegedly chose two styles from Gaultier’s I990s catalog. The two limited-edition versions, which are available in four colorways, are inspired by Burna Boy’s album “Love, Damini.”


4. Boohooman & Burna Boy Capsule

Burna Boy collaborated with renowned fashion brand Boohooman to launch a capsule collection that perfectly embodies his distinct flair.

The boohooMAN x Burna Boy capsule is positioned as a unique curation of hype streetwear including a highly sentimental element of Burna Boy’s world.

Burna’s objective in co-designing the entire collection was to always convey a strong cultural connection to his Nigerian roots. He has effectively blended tributes to Nigeria by using designs and green tones.

Around the world, the exclusive collection has been met with enthusiasm and appreciation.



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