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Boston Proclaims March 2nd as ‘Burna Boy’s Day’



Boston Proclaims March 2nd as ‘Burna Boy’s Day’

The city of Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States, has officially declared March 2nd as “Burna Boy’s Day” in recognition of the Nigerian singer’s contributions to music and advocacy efforts.

This declaration was made by the Boston City Council, as documented and signed by Councillor Ruthzee Louijeune. Burna Boy was honored for his performances and advocacy works, which have left a significant impact on audiences worldwide.

The document highlights Boston’s commitment to celebrating culture and diversity through various events and initiatives. Burna Boy’s legacy is praised for reminding people of the possibilities and for amplifying voices that may have been silenced or overlooked in the past.

March 2nd, 2024, is officially designated as Burna Boy Day in the City of Boston, commemorating the artist’s influence and achievements. Burna Boy has held numerous sold-out shows in Boston since gaining international recognition in 2018, further solidifying his connection with the city’s vibrant cultural scene.

Source: ghmediahub