Singling out the top Burna boys music videos of all time is a tough task given that Nigeria’s number one Afro-beat/fusion export just keeps outdoing himself. His song “On the low,” was released in 2018, and already it has already broken into Nigeria’s Top 10 Most viewed music video ever. and the video keeps surging in popularity too.
To celebrate his success, here are Top 10 Burna Boy Songs – Most Watched Music Videos On YouTube, 2019 based entirely on views.
From 2018’s “on the low” and its staggering 82 million views to 2019’s “Anybody” and its nearly 20 million views, here are Burna’s most viewed music videos on youtube.
1. “On the low” – (82 Million Views)
This slow but danceable video is by far the most-watched Burna boys music video of all time. It’s been seen more than 82 million times since it was uploaded in 2018. The song is also one of the Most Viewed Nigerian music video of all time.
2. “Ye” – (53 Million Views)
“Ye” was released on August 6, 2018, as the sixth single from his third studio album Outside (2018) and is currently Burna boys second most Viewed music video ever. The song was produced by Nigerian record producer Phantom.
It peaked at number 26 and 31 on Billboard’s Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop and R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay charts, respectively. “Ye” won Song of the Year and Listener’s Choice at the 2019 Soundcity MVP Awards Festival.
In August 2019, Rolling Stone reported that “Ye” earned around 11 million streams over seven months across major U.S. streaming platforms
3. “Gbona” – (29 Million Views)
“Gbona” was released as on September 27, 2018. Produced by Kelp Amba, the song is a fusion of Afrobeat and reggae. The Clarence Peters-directed music video for “Gbona” features Kalukata-influenced female dancers. In a review for Pan African Music, Wale Owoade praised the song’s production and said it “thrives on the harmonious fusion of a static sound of the past with an infectious dance vibe from the present”.
4. “Anybody” – (17 Million Views)
Released as a single off his most recent project ‘African Giant’. Anybody was produced by Rexxie, and currently has a total of 17 million views on YouTube.
The song has been on a steady rise ever since its release debuting on all major charts in the country, Burna has performed the song a few time during shows, interviews. He recently performed a live orchestra of the song during a session with Audiomack, he has also
5. “Gum body” – (11 Million Views)
Burna Boy aligned himself with an American star for “Gum body,” The video features US Jorja Smith. it was released just 3 months ago, and since then it has gone on to garner more than 11 million views on YouTube.
The video was directed by Meji Alabi.
6. “Rock your body” – (11 Million Views)
‘Rock your body’ is undoubtedly one of his biggest song of 2017, it was Produced by Juls. The video currently it has a total of 11 Million Views and is Burna’s 6th most watched music video on YouTube as at Dec, 2019.
7. “Dangote” – (9.3 Million Views)
“Dangote” is the first track released by Burna Boy to kick off his 2019 industry journey. The song is titled after the Forbes #1 Richest Man in Africa, Aliko Dangote from Nigeria and was produced by Kel P.
8. “Hallelujah” – (8.9 Million Views)
Hallelujah was Burna’s first of 2017. The song is a mid-tempo inspirational track with lyrics everyone can relate to because everyone has a reason to be thankful to God.
The song was produced by killbeatz and the video was shot by Matt Max.
9. “Soke” – (7.9 Million Views)
Soke was released in 2015, under his own record label.
The song is produced by Orbeat and the music video was directed by Mattmax.
Currently the song has a total of 11 Million Views and is number 9 in Burna boy’s most watched music video on YouTube as at Dec, 2019.
The song was produced by Nigeria’s Prod. by Orbeat
10. “pull up” – (5.7 Million Views)
Pull Up“, was the last single released in the lead-up to African Giant, and the first music video since the album’s release.
The dashing music video sees Burna Boy and a group of melanin models flexing around London, and simply enjoying themselves.
The video was directed by none Meji Alabi, who also directed Burna’s memorable video for “On the Low.” and is currently number 10 on Burna Boy’s most Viewed video on YouTube.