Burna Boy, who is a Grammy winner, recently granted fans a virtual tour of his Lagos home. The artist gave a sneak glimpse into his home in a series of movies sponsored by Architectural Digest-AD, and fans are still reeling from the sight.
Burna Boy claimed that he derives most, if not all, of his inspirations from his home. He showed off the Burna room, which is his favorite room in the house. Burna’s Grammy Award, family photos, recordings, and the spot where he got the inspiration for his Grammy Award-winning album Twice as Tall are all kept in the Burna room. He also showed off his swimming pool, which he had custom-made with his name, African Giant, on it.
Architectural Digest is a monthly magazine published in the United States that focuses on interior design and landscaping. Burna Boy’s Lagos residence, according to AD, is a two-story structure situated on a tranquil 13,000-square-foot plot of land in Lekki.
is a seven-bedroom residence created by Nigerian architect Akose Enebeli of elArc Designs Limited, with a private theater, lounges, a game room, plenty of garage space and towering windows, a recording studio, a gym, and a swimming pool that begins inside and drains outside.
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