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On the exciting evening of Thursday, March 7, 2024, Washington, D.C., was on fire with Burna Boy’s infectious beats. Fans from far and wide, including the local DMV area, crowded the streets eagerly anticipating the Afro-fusion sensation’s sold-out concert at Capital One Arena. This was no ordinary night; it was the second leg of the’ I Told Them Tour,’ Burna Boy would deliver an unforgettable experience as he had done in prior years.

The opening acts, DJ Lambo, singer Nissi, and DJ Spaceship Billy, started the show, but the crowd was ready to party with Burna Boy, the African Giant. The atmosphere was electric as Burna Boy graced the stage at 9:30 pm, offering more than just a musical performance. With a newfound mindset, he expressed his heartfelt gratitude to the D.C. crowd, emphasizing his special bond with the city. The sold-out venue echoed with cheers, a testament to the unwavering support Burna Boy commands in the nation’s capital.

The ‘I Told Them Tour’ is not just a series of concerts; it’s a living testament to Burna Boy’s latest album, titled “I Told Them.” The album is a testament to his foresight and ability to navigate the ups and downs of his career. Burna Boy’s opening statement,’ I told them from the start,’ set the stage for the night, evoking a sense that he is a visionary in his own story and that what he says comes true.

Burna Boy transformed the stage into a visual spectacle as the afro beats filled the venue. The set design featured a replica of Giza Grocery and brick ruins, creating an immersive experience for the audience. Accompanied by a diverse ensemble of musicians, including a violin quartet and a saxophonist soloist, Burna Boy created an environment that transcended genres and unified groups.

Unforgettable moments unfolded that night as Burna Boy shared the stage with his best friend Phyno for a soul-stirring performance of “Do I.” The crowd, united by their love for Burna Boy’s music, danced and sang together, creating a harmonious celebration. Backed by the infectious beats of Afro-fusion, the concert transformed into a massive dance party, echoing the unity Burna Boy advocates through his art.

As Burna Boy bid farewell to the electrified crowd, he left behind an indelible mark on D.C.’s musical scene once again. Washington, DC, had shown up and shown out for Burna Boy, creating an atmosphere of collective euphoria that will linger in the hearts of fans for years to come. The “I Told Them Tour” in D.C. was not just a concert but a testament to the cultural diversity, musical brilliance, and the unifying power of Burna Boy’s extraordinary talent.


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