Rema’s “Calm Down” becomes the most streamed African song ever in the United States (See More)

Miclenz Kimbiblog
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Nigerian vocalist, Rema, has added one more achievement to his effective music profession as his hit melody ‘Calm Down‘ turns into the most streamed African tune throughout the entire existence of the US of America (USA).

The melody outperformed CKay’s ‘Love Nwantiti‘ to accomplish this accomplishment.

Diagram Information, a conspicuous American music information gathering site, affirmed this accomplishment on Friday.

The statistics firm tweeted, “@heisrema’s ‘Calm Down’ is now the #1 most streamed Afrobeats song in US history, surpassing @ckay_yo’s ‘love nwantiti’.”

Both versions of the song, available on Spotify and YouTube, have now collectively surpassed half a billion streams.

Previously, ‘Calm Down‘ made history by becoming the highest-peaking Nigerian song on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart after a remix with American superstar Selena Gomez, reaching an impressive number 3 position. Additionally, the track became the first African song to top the American radio chart, solidifying Rema’s impact in the international music scene.

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